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Apache Promise (Heartfire Romance)
Apache Promise - Heartfire Romance
Author: Janis Reams Hudson
Taken hostage by Indians, Angela would do anything to escape. And rancher Matt Colton seemed her only hope-even if he insisted that the only way he could save her was by making her his bride--in name only, of course. But all too quickly the sight of his broad shoulders and sun-bronzed chest left her breathless and yearning for his searing touch....  more »
ISBN-13: 9780821740057
ISBN-10: 0821740059
Publication Date: 12/1/1992
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.

4.2 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Kensington Pub Corp (Mm)
Book Type: Paperback
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mitabird avatar reviewed Apache Promise (Heartfire Romance) on + 188 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
Angela's family is moving from Memphis to Tuscan to start a new life. Matt was raised with the Apache and is working with them and the American government on a peace treaty. Matt and Angela cross paths due to some Apache idiocy. In order to keep the peace, Matt and Angela have to marry. It's supposed to be temporary, but feelings happen to get in the way.

The book started out OK, but Angela was just plain stupid throughout most of the story. I felt so sorry for Matt. She put that man through the ringer with her insecurities and jealousy and he still wanted her! He never gave her any reason to doubt him, but because of the nature of their marriage, I guess it made it hard for her to trust him. The last 50 or so pages of the book were hard to finish because I just wanted to ring her neck.
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Grnemae avatar reviewed Apache Promise (Heartfire Romance) on + 447 more book reviews
In order to help hold the fragile peace between the white man and the Apache chief Cochise, Matt Colten and Angela Barnes agree to marry in order to keep the news of her capture by foolish Apache youth from becoming known. Set against the events that were unfolding in 1872 Arizona, this is a wonderful story of 2 young people learning to trust and then to love. Ms Hudson has done her research well and incorporates all of the rich history of that period into her books.
This is book 2 of a 6 book series. I would recommend reading them in order as the previous book (Apache Magic) tells you much about Matt's background with the Apaches and why he is so set on holding the peace.


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