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... show more
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.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: May 6th 2008
Pages no: 483
Edition language: English
, Historical Romance
, Asian Literature
, Indian Literature
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Interracial Romance
, Western Romance
Series: Comanche (#1)
What I loved:-The attention to detail and accuracy to the Western trail made the story so vivid and engaging. Brava Anderson! -Hunter's endearing relationship with little Amy and his nieces Blackbird and Pony girl was adorable. I loved how such a rugged brawny Warrior like Hunter was so gentle, pat...
*no spoilers*Comanche Moon is a solid start and a pleasant read. A sweet romance between a Comanche warrior and a white settler. I specifically liked the author's representation of the different nations and their people by not choosing to depict them as we/them or bad/good.At some occasions I could ...
Amazingly powerful book. 4.5 stars.
Rating: 2 out of 5This is my second Catherine Anderson novel and I am starting to see a pattern. The villain is not punished. In Annie’s Song, I could have stomached it. But not for this. Loretta’s mother’s rapists and murderers are found and the chief rapist and murderer known, nearing three-quarte...
This book is really so much more than a "romance." It delves into many of the harsh realities of this period between Native Americans and whites. The author doesn't shy away from some very tough themes - this book may not be for the faint of heart. While the gruesome is never described in detail (th...