Moonkissed Author:Barbara Faith They were Love's Vanquished Children! Sarah Finch: Prisoner, schoolteacher, seductress, she was a Texas lass driven to desire a dashing Mexican rebel leader... the coppery haired "gringa" who would be tested by the roughness of Pancho Villa's band, the cruelty of the army-police, and the hate-chilled heart of the man she loved. — Luis Vega: Part ... more »Indian, devoted revolutionary, he left the safety of a job in the United States and the security of Sarah's heart to fight a people's war... yet his need for her was greater than the all-consuming cause he led.
Beneath the violent crack of rifle fire the sweet murmur of the mariachi's guitar among peasants, bandidos, and aristocrats, against the colorful pageantry of Mexico at the birth of the century they lived a flaming love a revolution could not crush.« less
Why this shows up as an odd name for the author I do not know. This is a book by Barbara Faith. I bought new in 1980! It has been reread and lent out to friends many times. This was a great book by Faith. One of my keepers. It is about a mexican rebel leader and a schoolteacher. If someone does trade for this who never had an opportunity to ever have read it, I would love to hear what they thought of it.