Book Reviews of Walk into the Flame

Walk into the Flame
Walk into the Flame
Author: Ronda Thompson
ISBN-13: 9780843951196
ISBN-10: 0843951192
Publication Date: 6/2003
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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this is a really good read and lets u in a world of passion, love, heartbreak and drama. this is a real treat for those who love Indian romances.
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This was a great read for all of the fans of author Cassie Edwards. This was the first book I read by this author and will not be the last.
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Abandoned by her father, Rachel Brodie was adopted and raised by the Mescalero Indians. Silent Wind she was called; and the smoldering eyes of Swift Buck - her handsome adoptive brother - urged her to drop all pretense of being White, to walk into the flame of desire, to accept her destiny. Unable to let go of the past, Rachel fled.

When she returned, five years had passed. The U.S. government had been mistreating, herding and destroying the Mescaleros, and Rachel had come prepared to fight. She wasn't prepared to see Swift Buck again. She'd heard he'd been killed, but here he was - his eyes filled with distrust. And he wasted no time in using her as a hostage against the Federal Soldiers. Yet wasn't this abduction just what she yearned for? It was a chance to prove that no matter the color of her skin, she would always be one of the People. Now, if Swift Buck asked, she would not only walk into the fire, she would let in consume her.
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Adopted and raised by the Mescalero Indians, Rachel Brodie finds her tribe besieged by federal soldiers. Her subsequent abduction gives her a chance to prove herself not only to her people but to the Indian brave who'd stolen her heart long before.
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Abandon by her father,Rachel Brodie was adopted and raised by the Mesclero Indians.Silent wind she was called,and the smoldering eyes of Swift Buck-her handsome adoptive brother-urged her to drop all pretense of being white,to walk into the flame of desire,to accept her destiny.Unable to let go of the past,Rachel fled.