From Goodreads: Years ago, Amy Masters escaped the Texas plains for a quiet life as a teacher in Oregon. Then, out of the shadows comes Swift Antelope, the Comanche warrior to whom she once pledged her heart. But Amy’s brutal past has made it impossible for her to trust any man-even the bold warrior who has haunted her dreams, the only man she ever loved, the Comanche heart she can’t live without…
What I Loved: Swift’s journey to becoming the man both him and Amy needed him to be. Amy’s journey to overcoming her past to become the woman that Swift needed her to be. The fact that this was not simply one or the other having to overcome something made this story so rich and fulfilling to read!
What I Liked: Seeing Hunter and Loretta again and meeting their children. I also really enjoyed a glimpse into town life set during that time and the adjustments everyone made to make a town work.
Complaints: none for this one!
Why I gave it a 4: I enjoyed every moment of this book. It was nice seeing old characters, meeting new ones, and the journey of Amy and Swift was very satisfying!
Who I would recommend this too: Anyone who likes Historical Romances from the early 90’s. This is one of the best ones out there and can be read out of order (though I prefer to read things in order)
Authors Website: http://www.catherineanderson.com/
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