I really enjoyed the constant pace of the story - the intrigues that left you kind of hanging and the compassion of the characters. I will read most anything written about the Native Americans and love it when they triumph over their situations and those who try to put them in the wrong.
There is something wild and free about their spirit that draws a person's feelings.
Am getting so tired of these playboy characters with their loose [or no] morality -- where is their strength of character? Loved the way C. Burnes handled their tumble into temptation [grin] --
The story kept you guessing with a lot of suspicious characters and I almost tagged the right person [before the end] but not in any stretch of the imagination did I realize the reason.
To me that is a good read.
Proud Apache Anna Red Shoes had sworn revenge against Jeremy Masterson for the lies he'd written about her family. But when she confronted the famous author, the passion that burned in her wasn't anger, but the scorching heat of desire. When she saw an answering spark in Jeremy's eyes, Anna chose to disappear.
She hadn't expected to become the object of a manhunt. She certainly hadn't expected Jeremy to come after her, claiming she'd put them both in danger. But when he did, Anna knew that more than her freedom was at stake--she was falling in love with the man who'd taken her captive...