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by Anita Mills

Author: Anita Mills
Subcategory: Historical
Language: English
Publisher: Topaz; First Edition edition (January 1, 1996)
Category: Romance
Rating: 4.6
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with a tough yet tender hero (Georgina Gentry, New York Times–bestselling author of Apache Tears).

with a tough yet tender hero (Georgina Gentry, New York Times–bestselling author of Apache Tears). After a Comanche war party kills her husband and infant son, and makes off with her young daughter, Annie Bryce has nothing left to live for. Held captive herself by a brutal warrior, merely surviving every day is the only act of defiance she can muster. Haunted by guilt for not preventing the Comanche attack on the Bryce family, Texas Ranger Hap Walker is surprised when he stumbles across the captive Annie three years later.

Once, when even that failed, they'd stood calf-deep in mud and dug it out. When they finally rolled into Fort Richardson two days late, they were filthy and exhausted. Hap met with the commanding officer to arrange for her stay there. Coming back, he told her he'd found a place with people the colonel characterized as "a nice young couple, a lieutenant and his wife, both of whom come from Arkansas. But as soon as Annie met them, it was immediately apparent that Lulene Davis was no Cora Sprenger.

by Anita Mills (Author). Joan Johnston, New York Times–bestselling author of Surrender Mills writes fine, humane dialogue and makes good use of history.

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Comanche Rose by Anita Mills A WOMAN'S LONGING Beautiful Annie Bryce had a stain on her name and an aching hollow in her heart. The Comanches who had killed her husband had violated her honor. Comanche Rose by Anita Mills. Beautiful Annie Bryce had a stain on her name and an aching hollow in her heart. The Comanches who had killed her husband had violated her honor and stolen her daughter. Now she would do anything and pay any price to get her beloved child back.

Joan Johnston, New York Times–bestselling author of Surrender Mills writes fine, humane dialogue and makes good use of history. Не удалось найти ни одного отзыва.

Getting caught by Comanches was a hard way to die, the hardest way he could think of. There wasn't enough money on earth to make a man risk that willingly. And yet she was going back to face them herself, after all they'd done to her.

An undeniable passion.

Gilliane de Lacey's pride is as fiery as her hair. An undeniable passion. Arabella of Byrum's stunning beauty is a blessing and a curse. It drew the brutal Elias of Woolford to make an irresistible offer for her hand in marriage, and it fueled the jealous rage that made Elias break that bond-leaving Arabella with an infant Elias refuses to acknowledge as his, and a shattered reputation.

with a tough yet tender hero (Georgina Gentry, New York.

Vowing to avenge her husband's death and rescue her daughter, Annie Bryce sets out for Comanche territory, assisted by former Texas Ranger Hap Walker, who insists that Annie pretend that she is his wife. Original.