Earth and Sun, Cedar and Sage
Intrigued, spell-bound, horrified, angered, hopeful and, overall, very satisfied, Ms. Mills and Ms. Ward have helped me to realize that Christmas stories and romance can come in any guise. 4.5 of 5 divas Kathy @ Dark Diva Reviews
Gideon Makepeace grew up in Bill Tourney's Traveling Wild West Show, so he knows Indians better than a lot of folks of his day. He and his half-breed lover, Jedediah Buffalo Bird, are traveling east to New Orleans where Gideon hopes they'll find a home together, safe among the crowds of the big city. But it's winter in the desert and a storm is blowing in, so when they run across Kingman, Arizona, just before Christmas, they decide to take their chances and hunker down for the holiday.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - SerenaYates - LibraryThing
This is an amazing story about change and acceptance, set in the 'Wild West' of the late 1800s. The situation of the two taveling lovers facing hostile people in the town had me facinated as much as ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - KatyBethMcKee - LibraryThing
It was great to have a short Christmas visit with these two friends. I really like that while it might not be politically correct usage in our day that the author uses the words and ideas that would be appropriate for the era in both spoken word and in the internal thoughts as well. Read full review