OOH.. Yes in deed most definitely SPRIT SONG is MORE than a Top shelf keeper! I fell in love with also I cherish. Ill forever relish reading again & again .This bitter sweet Beauty meets the Beast love story is soooo remarkable tantalizing! From beginning to end its epic story of love held my attention. To sum it all up its a total...aaaahaaaa...calgon take me a wayyyy moment, you just cant pass up!
I've always enjoyed Madeline Baker's stories, but this one is top notch. Romance, a feisty, independent heroine, characters that grow and change throughout the story, even some humor--this novel has it all. Definitely a keeper, and highly recommended.
I prefer Baker's Indian books to Cassie Edward's any day.
Half-Indian bounty hunter Jesse Yellow Thunder is ready to put away his guns and return to his peaceful Cheyenne village when a $10,000 bounty falls into his lap.
Kaylynn Summers flees her abusive husband, only to be captured by the Indians and made a slave. She feels safer as a slave than as a wife, until Jesse arrives at the village. He frightens her with his scarred face and cold hard eyes, yet there is something about him that attracts her.
Jesse knows Kaylynn is trouble the minute he sees her. The little red fox escapes him twice. He is determined to return her to her husband and collect his bounty until he learns about the husbands abuse. He then agrees to deliver her to her parents.
But Jesse really wants her for himself. He is a man of violence, while she is a New York debutante. He has no roots; she has a husband. There seems to be no future for them, until the strength of their love builds one.
She was a runaway wife, with a hefty reward posted for her return. And he was the best darn racker in the territory. For the half breed bounty hunter, it was an easy choice. His had been a hard life, with little to show for it except his horse, his Colt, and his scars. The pampered, brown-eyed beauty would go back to her rich husband in San Francisco, and he would be ten thousand dollars richer. Somewhere along the trail out of the Black Hills, sometime during the long star-studded prairie nights, everything changed. Now, he would give his life to protect her, to hold her forever in his embrace. Now the moonlight poetry of their loving reflected the fiery vision of the Sun Dance: She must be his
She was a runaway wife,with a hefty reward posted for her return.And he was the best darn tracker in the territory.For the half-breed bounty hunter,it was an easy choice.His had been a hard life,with little to show for it except his horse,his colt,and his scars.The pampered,brown-eyed beauty would go back to her rich husband in San Francisco,and he would be ten thousand dollars richer.