Comanche Moon Rising by Constance O’Banyon

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Comanche Moon Rising by Constance O'Banyon
Comanche Moon Rising by Constance O’Banyon

The Blue Norther swept across the Texas plains with a fury that would alter lives and change destinies. It killed Shiloh’s father, leaving her to run their struggling ranch and raise her little brother alone. It also stranded a feverish young Indian girl in their barn. Shiloh knew the Comanche would come for Moon Song sooner or later, but nothing could have prepared her for the fierce war chief who appeared at her door.

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Shadowhawk was full of restless energy, like a wild animal that couldn’t be tamed. And now he owed the blue-eyed beauty a debt of honor for saving his sister’s life. Shiloh was his to protect, his to shield from the dangers of the frontier. He would spirit her away to his village, woo her in the way of his people and make her a woman beneath the magical light of a … Comanche Moon Rising

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