[Reading] ➭ Apache's Angel ➵ Karen A. Bale – Techotechies.us

Apache's AngelSHE COULDN T FORGET HIS KISSHeadstrong Aissa Gerard Had Never Forgotten The Bold Apache Warrior Who Rescued Her From Captivity When She Was Fourteen When Her Father The Sheriff, Brought In A Wounded Apache Brave And Locked Him In A Cell, Aissa Recognized The Man Whose Storm Gray Eyes And Lean, Muscular Body Had Haunted Her Dreams Defying Her Father S Orders To Stay Away From The Prisoner, Aissa Visited Him Under Cloak Of Darkness The Moment Her Eyes Locked With His She Knew She Could Not Let Him Go Somehow, She Would Find A Way To Rescue Her Savage Lover, Savor His Rapturous Kisses, And Reward Him For Saving Her Life By Giving Him All Her Ardent Passion Now And Forever.HE COULDN T DENY HIS DESIREWounded And Left For Dead In An Unfair Fight With His Cruelest Enemy, Shadow Hawk Awoke Behind Bars In A White Man S Prison But Despite His Pain And The Horror Of Captivity, The Gray Eyed Apache Felt The Touch Of Softest Skin And Heard A Sweet, Melodious Voice, Then Opened His Eyes To See The Blond, Blue Eyed Princess He D Dreamed Of For So Many Years She Was A Woman How And He Felt A Jolt Of Passion As She Smiled At Him And Lifted Her Face For His Kiss Revenge Against His Enemies Would Have To Win He D Escape Somehow, Then Flee With His Tempting Aissa He D Press His Face Against Her Satiny Golden Hair Caress Her Until She Begged Him Never To Stop, Then Carry Her To The Heights Of Ecstasy In A Long, Wild Night Of Apache Rapture.

[Reading] ➭ Apache's Angel ➵ Karen A. Bale – Techotechies.us
  • Paperback
  • 448 pages
  • Apache's Angel
  • Karen A. Bale
  • English
  • 09 August 2019
  • 9780821750254

10 thoughts on “Apache's Angel

  1. says:

    This review is of Apache s Angel by Karen A Bale.The Story We begin by meeting the hero of the book, Shadow Hawk, in the Comanche Indian camp where he was born His father, Black Hawk, is Comanche and white Black Hawk s father was white Shadow Hawk s mother, Broken Moon, is Apache Later, after Black Hawk s death, Shadow Hawk and Broken Moon go back to her Apache family It is in the Apache camp that Shadow Hawk meets the heroine of the book, Aissa Marie Gerard Aissa has been kidnapped by Shadow Hawk s cousin, Teroz, who hates Shadow Hawk, who later frees her Both of them fall in love at the same time and meet again five years later, when Shadow Hawk is injured by his uncle and ends up in jail in Agua Prieta, the town where Aissa and her father, Ben, who is the town sheriff, live Ben s wife and Aissa s mother, Celou, passed eight years earlier Although Aissa and Shadow Hawk are in love, they have several issues to deal with The fact that Shadow Hawk is uncomfortable being of mixed race Then, there is an evil man named Ray Grimes, whose father cheated Celou out of her family s land and now, forces Aissa to marry him or Ben and Shadow Hawk will be killed S...

  2. says:

    TRIGGER WARNING forced marriage, rape, forced drug addiction, forced prostitution, racism My facebook review A Comanche falls in love with a white woman She s forced to marry a white man, who gets her addicted to laudanum so he can sell her to other men Then she s captured by her Comanche boyfriend s enemy, who becomes a better person because being around a pretty white woman will do that Her boyfriend decides she s cheating on him, so he trades his wife to his enemy so he can keep that lying whore as his own captive Sooo romantic.If I were reviewing the first couple of chapters, I would give it five stars It was a great story about a young Comanche boy whose mother, an Apache, had been his father s war captive He proves himself in his first hunt, demonstrates his close bond with his father, and shows that he s a good person by adopting a neglected child as his little brother and taking care of him It s well written, engaging, and as far as I can tell, an accurate depiction of life within that culture.And then I guess the editor just gave up, because the rest of the story is a mess Still a sensitive portrayal of Apache culture as far as I know at l...

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