It’s been a long time coming! I used to read every book Janelle Taylor wrote with this Genre. I truly loved her Native American Romance. Then suddenly she just quit writing them. I too have gone onto a different subject now, but since I truly enjoyed the ones she wrote before I may pick this one up.
In this highly sensual tale of forbidden love and passionate surrender, New York Times bestselling author Janelle Taylor makes her much anticipated return to classic Native American romance on the frontier–irresistible, fiery, and everlasting. . .
1756. Traveling west of the colonies with a small party, Shannon O’Shea loses her way in the wilderness, soon drenched by driving rains and forced by powerful winds into the shelter of a cave. Stripping quickly, she is drawn to the flickering warmth of a fire deep within, but she stops cold–surely she must be dreaming. Before her stands a Cherokee brave, tall and broad-shouldered, scarcely clothed. Storm Dancer whispers that she knew him once. . .long ago. He vows to keep her safe. By morning, he seems to vanish, yet Storm Dancer will remain with Shannon, in every way a flesh-and-blood man who awakens her every womanly longing. For their spirits call to…
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