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Wild Texas Wind
Wild Texas Wind
Author: Victoria Thompson
ISBN-13: 9780821739259
ISBN-10: 0821739255
Publication Date: 10/1/1992
Pages: 432
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Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Victoria Thompson's splendid love stories portray the bold excitement and the passionate promise of pioneer Texas. Now, in WILD TEXAS WIND, Thompson invites you into a family whose lives formed the glorious legacy of that magnificent state--the Tates.


Rebekah Tate's years with the Comanche left her with precious little but the faint glimmer of hope that she would ever see the beloved home of her girlhood again. That is, until the day a tall redheaded trader named Sean MacDougal strode into camp and proceeded to risk his life rescuing her. Rebekah suspected he might be seeking some kind of glory or the reward her wealthy father offered...but she would discover that soon enough. For as she rode beside him on the long trail home, she learned many things about this stubborn and self-made man. Such as the way his masterful touch could warm her on cool desert nights, and how, together, the two of them might forge a new life out of a harsh and powerful land.