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COMANCHE MOON RISING
by Constance O'Banyon

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1846 Texas

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O'Banyon has written another romantic tale of forbidden love, honor, bravery, revenge and passion. Readers will enjoy the rich attention to detail and the hair-raising action and suspense.

Shiloh Braden is struggling to keep her family ranch and raise her younger brother. When she shelters a young Indian girl, little does she realize how it will change her life. Shadowhawk, war chief of the Comanches, owes Shiloh a debt of honor for protecting his sister. When a treacherous rancher threatens her, Shadowhawk kidnaps her and her brother and takes them to his village. There, she is his to protect but not to keep, which doesn't stop them from falling in love. However, they can't stay together, so Shadowhawk takes Shiloh home. But forbidden or not, their love won't be denied, and soon the lovers are reunited forever. (LEISURE, Aug., 336 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Maria Ferrer

Publisher: LEISURE

Published: August 2009

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