- Tapa blanda: 282 páginas
- Editor: Montlake Romance; Edición: Reissue (31 de marzo de 2014)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1477833161
- ISBN-13: 978-1477833162
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Wolf Runner (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 31 mar 2014
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He Would Teach Her
All Cheyenne ever wanted was to know where she belonged. Daughter of a white man and a native woman, she lived as an outcast among the white people of New Mexico and never knew anyone that was like her. Until the day he stepped off the train. Wolf Runner was his name and he, too, was a half-breed. She was drawn to him, to the kindred spirit she felt within him. He would reveal to her the mysteries of his Blackfoot people. He would show her how to walk tall in the presence of the white man. He would let her run wild with him in his Rocky Mountains alongside the wolves. And beneath the silvery light of a Montana moon, his seduction would awaken her maiden's heart and...
He Would Love Her
Biografía del autor
Constance O’Banyon is a USA Today bestselling author and Romantic Times career achievement award winner who has more than 8 million books in print. She has written various romantic sub-genres, ranging from the traditional historical to contemporaries at Zebra, Pinnacle, and Harper. Her books have been published in Canada, England, Australia, Africa, Spain, China, Germany, Italy, Russia, and France. Constance is a native Texan who makes her home in San Antonio with her husband, Jim and their son, Jason.
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The start of the story sounded contemporary, yet it took a hundred pages to assure me that the early 1900’s were a better bet.
Wolf Runner is a hotty Blackfoot Indian, which held me in the story. I say this because I’m highly impressed and interested in the Indian culture, yet I’m not a historian and the failure to let me know as a reader what time frame the story covered left me wondering.
Wolf Runner is a half-breed and is ordered by his family to help Cheyenne, who is also a half-breed left to herself after her adoptive grandmother passes.
They both wear white peoples clothing, vehicles exist, what years I’m not sure, and later (after the first hundred or so pages again) Wolf Runner and Cheyenne ride horses from New Mexico to Colorado.
I very much enjoyed the last half of the book when Wolfy and Cheyenne are able to meet and have to ride horses far and long through the wilderness with nothing but each other and the landscape to survive by. This half of the book was seductive, genuine, and full of romantic tension.
I’m glad I didn’t put it down, but the beginning confused me and Wolf Runner and Cheyenne didn’t meet till long in the story. The first hundred pages are necessary to understand the conflicts, yet to summarize them in two or three chapters would’ve brought us into the romance and story a lot faster and with more satisfaction.