"For Kate Whittington, the simple newspaper ad is the answer to her desperate prayers. Daughter of a dockside harlot and raised in a bleak orphanage, she has no prospects in the unforgiving Maine village of her birth. Correspondence from the lonely Texas widower sparks tempting dreams of a house, a family, and a future. But when Kate arrives at the magnificent Lone Star Ranch, she is greeted by the news that Reed Benton has returned from a raid on a Comanche village wounded, with a wild-looking boy who may be his son." -- Back cover.
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Review: Summer MoonUser Review - Judith - Goodreads
I enjoyed Summer Moon. Jill Marie Landis is a good story teller - she keeps one captive with her great plot, and with her fabulous dialogue makes you feel her stories. I especially enjoy her ... Read full review
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An entertaining story of romance on the plains of Texas before the Indians are completely moved away by the government. It is hard to think that the Indians were dealt with in such inhuman ways, but ... Read full review