Comanche Woman

Comanche Woman

Book - 2002
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Random House, Inc.
In this prequel to the New York Times bestsellers The Cowboy and The Texan, Joan Johnston tells the captivating story of a woman kidnapped by Comanches—and the proud warrior who vows to make her love him.
Living as a Comanche, the son of a white father and his Indian bride, Long Quiet secretly dreams of making Bayleigh Stewart, daughter of the richest cotton planter in Texas, his wife. When Bay is stolen from her home by marauding Indians, she seems lost to Long Quiet forever . . . until a twist of fate brings her back to him—a gift from the Comanche whose life he saved.

Bay has lived among the Indians for three long years when a stranger who looks like a Comanche—but speaks perfect English—awakens a passion that burns hot and true. Bay yearns for home, but Long Quiet is determined to convince Bay that her home is with him. As they soon discover, each must give up something of themselves while fighting for a love strong enough to bridge two worlds.

Baker & Taylor
The son of a white father and a Comanche mother, Long Quiet has long loved Bayleigh Stewart, the daughter of the wealthiest cotton planter in Texas, and has searched for years for the beauty, abducted by marauders, until he rescues her from her captors. Original.

Publisher: New York : Dell Books, 2002, c1998
ISBN: 9780440236801
Characteristics: 388 p. ; 18 cm


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