Comanche Moon by Anita Mills

Beautiful, flame-haired Amanda Ross had been sent from Texas to Boston to be a lady. But now she was going back to claim the vast ranch that was her legacy in the untamed land where her cattle baron father and heiress mother had died at the hands of Comanches.

Amanda hated the Indians, just as she tried to hate handsome ranger Clay McAlester, who had been raised by them. Yet when this fierce and fearless man took her in his arms, she could think of nothing but her desire. And when she found herself with him in the Comanche camp, she learned that kindness knew no barrier of skin, and passion was wiser than pride when it yielded to love's sweet searing savagery....
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  • 19th Century
  • American West


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