Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Review: Under Apache Skies by Madeline Baker

Review: Under Apache Skies
Author: Madeline Baker
ISBN: Ebook 9781419932618
ISBN: Print 9781419965548  
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Genre: Historical
Format: E-Book/Print
Price: $5.20 E-Book $16.99 Print

When a rugged stranger darkens the door of her family ranch, Martha Jean Flynn can tell right away that Ridge Longtree is nothing like the other cowboys who show up in search of work. For in the eyes of this raven-haired, half-Indian loner, Martha sees the hint of danger, the depths of sorrow—and the tiniest spark of untold passion.

Indeed, tragedy forced Ridge to leave the Apache stronghold at a young age. But when Martha’s father is murdered and Apaches kidnap her younger sister, he cannot bear to see her distraught. Reluctantly, he agrees to lead her to the stronghold to save her kin. But somewhere along the jagged mountain trail, the two discover a passion that threatens to set their hearts aflame and endanger their mission of rescue…

Madeline Baker has always been one of my favorite historical writers and she does not disappoint with this tale of two worlds coming together during hard times and finding love.  This book has every aspect you would look for in a story from the strong characters to the romance and you may find yourself even sniffling a couple times.  This book is in Ellora’s Cave Blush genre which means the romance is just that romance.  

Annette gives this book

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