Book Reviews of Wind Rider (Trails West, Bk 2)

Wind Rider (Trails West, Bk 2)
Wind Rider - Trails West, Bk 2
Author: Connie Mason
ISBN-13: 9780843936926
ISBN-10: 0843936924
Publication Date: 12/1/1994
Pages: 442
Rating:
  • Currently 4.4/5 Stars.
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4.4 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Part of a great three book trilagy
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A very good romance about a white man raised by the Cheyanne and the girl he helped rescue from a cruel master.
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This is the 2nd book in the trilogy 'Trails West'. The first being 'Tears Like the Rain' and the 3rd being 'Sierra'. This, 'Wind Rider', is the powerful love story between Windrider and Hannah McLin. Hannah is an indentured servant to an abusive man. She escapes him only to run into a Cheyenne warrior named Windrider. She saves his life from certain death in exchange for being set free, but Fate steps in and she is his prisoner. Windrider is a white Indian, brought to the Cheyenne when he was little with his sister Abby (Tears Like the Rain). They were raised like Cheyenne and given names like the Cheyenne. He soon falls in love with Hannah, but so much turbulance is happening during this time period (1864), and the Cheyenne and Sioux are rallying to fight the whites from settling the frontier. They are soon torn apart and thrust into worlds they are unfamilar with. It's a wonderful story of courage and love and brought tears to my eyes many times. Windrider is also known as Ryder Larson, a white indian living amongst the Cheyenne as a Cheyenne Warrior who had rivaled the most feirce of the warriors. Connie Mason never disapoints and brings to life a great story. It's definately worth a read.
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Great love story.
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Wind Rider is a white who was rescued by the Indians as a child and has become one of the tribe. Hannah is an indentured Irish girl who is badly treated by her "master" and escapes. Their stories evolve as she escapes and they connect.
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As a 10 yr old Ryder Larson was captured by the Cheyenne and along with his sister was raised Cheyenne. Named Wind Rider by the Cheyenne, he had given his heart to the Indians who raised him. Grown to a mighty warrior, he lived to protect his people from the invasion of settlers who would take their land. But who would defend him from an exasperating Irish beauty?
Hannah McLin was an indentured servant who was desperate to escape her cruel master. However, could Hannah trust a Cheyenne brave to help her in her quest for freedom.
This is book 2 in a trilogy that started with Tears Like Rain and concludes with Sierra.
I read all three books in 4 days. I found myself often at 2A.M. still reading and not wanting to stop to sleep. I was totally engrossed in the characters and the stories.
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This, 'Wind Rider', is the powerful love story between Windrider and Hannah McLin. Hannah is an indentured servant to an abusive man. She escapes him only to run into a Cheyenne warrior named Windrider. She saves his life from certain death in exchange for being set free, but Fate steps in and she is his prisoner. Windrider is a white Indian, brought to the Cheyenne when he was little with his sister Abby (Tears Like the Rain). They were raised like Cheyenne and given names like the Cheyenne. He soon falls in love with Hannah, but so much turbulance is happening during this time period (1864), and the Cheyenne and Sioux are rallying to fight the whites from settling the frontier. They are soon torn apart and thrust into worlds they are unfamilar with. It's a wonderful story of courage and love and brought tears to my eyes many times. Windrider is also known as Ryder Larson, a white indian living amongst the Cheyenne as a Cheyenne Warrior who had rivaled the most feirce of the warriors. Connie Mason never disapoints and brings to life a great story.
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An indentured servant fleeing a cruel master falls into the hands of a Cheyenne brave