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by DiAnn Mills

Genre: Inspirational, Historical Romance

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The tug of war for land ownership in the early 1800s comes alive. The land we know as Texas was also the beloved homeland of another culture and was defended to the death. This love story is filled with characters who have passion for land, culture and love.

Marianne Phillips, the daughter of a wealthy rancher, disagrees with her father's harsh treatment of
the poor mestizos who first inhabited the colony of Texas. When rebels
kidnap her, in hopes her father will trade their land for her freedom,
she realizes her loyalty lies with
her abductors.

When Arnando Garcia, the locals' leader, learns of Marianne's ability
to speak his language, of her loyalty
to his people and of her strong faith, he's faced with a difficult decision. Will his newfound love keep him
from letting her go? Or will he set
her free and risk losing everything? (Avon Inspire, Feb., 272 pp., $12.95)

Reviewed By: Lindy J. Swanson

Publisher: Avon Inspire

Published: February 2008

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