Comanche Moon

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Penguin, 2008 - Fiction - 483 pages
11 Reviews
Orphaned after her parents were killed by Comanches, Loretta Simpson still lives in terror that the warriors will return, her fear so powerful, she is no longer able to speak a word.

Hunter of the Wolf believes that Loretta is a woman of ancient prophecy whom he must honor. But Loretta can only see him as the enemy who has kidnapped her, and she refuses to succumb to his control—or his touch.

Despite the hatred between their peoples, Loretta and Hunter gradually find their enmity changing to respect and care. In the midst of such conflict, it will take all the force of their love to find a safe haven.
 

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User Review  - Becky_McKenna - LibraryThing

Wow. What a roller coaster of emotion. When Hunter first takes Loretta from her home, I had no idea how the author would turn this story around, but she did...in a very believable way. The violence ... Read full review

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User Review  - aliterarylion - LibraryThing

I reread this book after reading it a few years ago. I appreciate little nuances I didn't see before. It was interesting to see the female protagonist of a romance novel was mute. Historical romances ... Read full review

Contents

Prologue
3
Chapter 1
9
Chapter 2
26
Chapter 3
35
Chapter 4
48
Chapter 5
61
Chapter 6
70
Chapter 7
82
Chapter 15
224
Chapter 16
240
Chapter 17
260
Chapter 18
272
Chapter 19
285
Chapter 20
307
Chapter 21
327
Chapter 22
350

Chapter 8
94
Chapter 9
111
Chapter 10
127
Chapter 11
144
Chapter 12
162
Chapter 13
177
Chapter 14
205
Chapter 23
373
Chapter 24
394
Chapter 25
413
Chapter 26
431
Chapter 27
450
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About the author (2008)

Catherine Anderson is the award-winning author of Phantom Waltz, My Sunshine, Cheyenne Amber, Annie's Song, and numerous other bestsellers both contemporary and historical. She lives in the Oregon mountains with her husband and her Rottweilers, Sam and Sassy, who seem convinced that they are teacup poodles and that obedience training is for people. Catherine spends leisure time with her family and friends, including her sons and daughter-in-law, often discussing intriguing story twists for her books. Such talks can draw curious stares if they happen to take place in a restaurant and involve plotting the demise of a fictitious villain.

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