Apache Tomorrow's [NOOK Book]

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Riding across the Arizona desert in 1884 and carrying close to a million dollars worth of twenty dollar gold pieces, Cassidy Howard is transported to the present with an Apache arrow in her back. Sheriff Jesse White Feather, a full blood Apache, wants to know why his family marking is on the arrow and who in his family wants to harm her. Since her parents were killed by the Apache in her time, she does not trust Jesse and wants to be shed of ...
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Apache Tomorrow's

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Overview

Riding across the Arizona desert in 1884 and carrying close to a million dollars worth of twenty dollar gold pieces, Cassidy Howard is transported to the present with an Apache arrow in her back. Sheriff Jesse White Feather, a full blood Apache, wants to know why his family marking is on the arrow and who in his family wants to harm her. Since her parents were killed by the Apache in her time, she does not trust Jesse and wants to be shed of him and his time.

Cassidy struggles in the new time while she tries to discover the true meaning of home. After caring for herself for years, she trusts no one. Jesse, meanwhile, fights his own demons as he tries to find the roots he’s lost. Jesse is drawn to the unusual woman and finds he is giving away his heart but fights to protect it.

When someone in the present tries to steal her gold and her life, Cassidy must put her trust in Jesse so that together they can find the person. Can she learn to trust him in time to save her life? Can he trust himself enough to bring her home? Can they find love and family?

First published as Arrow of the Heart by Amber Quill.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015569056
  • Publisher: Janet Cornelow
  • Publication date: 10/10/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 344,443
  • File size: 885 KB

Meet the Author

Janet Quinn has always been a storyteller. She has put her love of stories into her writing. While honing her craft, she earned a B.A. and an M.A. in journalism. Then she took up teaching high school English and writing. She has also taught novel writing classes at the Learning Tree University in California.

Her first novel, Yesteryear’s Love, was published by Berkley/Jove under their Time Passages imprint. It placed in the finals of the Romance Writers of America/Orange County Chapter’s Orange Award Contest for published writers for best historical.

A Moment In Time is her second time travel and takes the reader back to 1692 and a pirate boat. The Lucky Lady, a western with a gambler and a seamstress with a secret, it a western romance. The Irish Countess takes the reader to Ireland during the great potato famine where Ciara must save the man she loves as well as her tenants. The Irish Countess was an EPPIE finalist in 2007. The Enchanted Hawk is a fantasy romance novel with Brylynn, a shape-shifter, who must help Thom save his kingdom. The Chronicles of Augeas take the reader to the land of Augeas filled with magic and evil.

When she isn’t writing historical or time travel novels, Janet teaches at two online universities. She lives in Southern California with one of her three sons, who encourage her writing, and her kitten and dog. She has a granddaughter and a new grandson.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2013

    Enjoyable read

    Well written with good plot and suspense.

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