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Comanche Heart (Comanche Series #2)
     

Comanche Heart (Comanche Series #2)

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by Catherine Anderson
 

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From New York Times bestselling author Catherine Anderson comes the second novel in the Comanche series—a stirring story of courage, passion, and unforgettable love...
 
Years ago, Amy Masters escaped the fury of the Texas plains for a new life as a teacher in the golden hills of Oregon, where she found contentment—if not

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From New York Times bestselling author Catherine Anderson comes the second novel in the Comanche series—a stirring story of courage, passion, and unforgettable love...
 
Years ago, Amy Masters escaped the fury of the Texas plains for a new life as a teacher in the golden hills of Oregon, where she found contentment—if not happiness. Then, out of the shadows, comes Swift Antelope, the Comanche warrior to whom she once pledged her heart when she was no more than a girl.
 
Claiming that he’s given up his violent ways as a gunslinger, Swift has arrived to take the woman he feels is rightfully his, the woman who once swore to honor a sacred and unbreakable pact. But Amy’s brutal past has made it impossible for her to trust any man—even if it’s the bold warrior who has haunted her dreams, the only man she ever loved, the Comanche heart she can’t live without.

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“Riveting, passionate and powerful...everything a romance should be.”—New York Times bestselling author Amanda Quick

“Highly sensual and very compelling…a truly spectacular read.”—New York Times bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

“I thoroughly enjoyed [Comanche Heart].”—New York Times bestselling author Karen Robards

More Praise for Catherine Anderson

“One of the finest writers of romance. Her stories make you believe in the power of love.”—#1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber

“An amazing talent.”—New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Lowell

“Count on Catherine Anderson for intense emotion.”—New York Times bestselling author Jayne Ann Krentz

“Catherine Anderson has a gift for imbuing her characters with dignity, compassion, courage, and strength that inspire readers.”—RT Book Reviews

“A major voice in the romance genre.”—Publishers Weekly

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780451226730
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
06/02/2009
Series:
Comanche Series , #2
Edition description:
Reprint
Pages:
448
Sales rank:
288,856
Product dimensions:
4.19(w) x 6.73(h) x 1.16(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

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"everything a romance should be."
-Amanda Quick

"I thoroughly enjoyed Comanche Heart."
-Karen Robards

Meet the Author

Catherine Anderson is the author of more than thirty New York Times bestselling and award-winning historical and contemporary romances including the Harrigan Family series, the Coulter Family series, the Comanche series, and the Mystic Creek series. She lives in the pristine woodlands of Central Oregon.

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Comanche Heart (Comanche Series #2) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 77 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
In my opinion. I read it when it was previously released and it became a favorite. BUT...you HAVE to read Comanche Moon FIRST to understand what happened and then read this one. Swift Antelope is one of those perfect heroes.
kookiimonster More than 1 year ago
I thought the Second book in the Comanche Series was good. At the end of Comanche Moon, when we see Amy and Swift aren't together, we wonder what will happen later. I like how Catherine Anderson made the plot thick between the two characters, but i didnt like how the story line didnt flow. In Comanche moon, we see that Amy is at first distant from swift after her ordeal with the comancheros, but she and he grow to love eachother and she promises herself to him when she is of age. She even tells him to wait for her. In Comanche Heart, Amy shields her own heart from swift and wont let him near her, even after everything that they had before. (It just didnt flow) Anderson writes this hesitation off as Amy being scared of him because of all the bad things shes heard about him. But i think that Amy should of known and understood that Swift's people were dieing out and that he had to save them. (she doesnt realize that until much much later). All in all, I enjoyed it. Although the plot wasnt what i had wanted, Anderson did a good job of making it come together. I guess if Amy opened her arms and welcomed Swift right off the bat, then there wouldnt be a book haha
The-Book-Addict More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book! However, you have to read the first one in this trilogy ("Comanche Moon"-this is the second book) to really be able to grasp the horrific ordeal that the female protagonist in this book went thru. Really a great read as is the first book!
undercovermillionaire More than 1 year ago
I discovered Catherine Anderson by accident on a recent trip across the country, and I spent several very pleasant hours with Swift Antelope and Hunter while traveling to and from Oregon. I read Swift's story first, and in spite of this was very quickly immersed in the plot and the characters. My only recommendation is that these books be read during times such as longer flights - they lend themselves very well to escapism, as well as the slightly unreal quality of long-distance travel. A man showing up and forcing his company on a former girlfriend (in addition to watching her undress at night, forcing her to kiss him, and refusing to leave her alone when she asks him to) seems much less like 'stalking' and much more like 'romance' when you're trying to tune out the snoring man sitting too close next to you in steerage! :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story is good...not my favorite in the series. Ms. Anderson did alot of story telling.....telling and telling. I would have liked to have had more conversation among the people in the story. I am only on page 140 and I am tired of hearing ms. Anderson telling !!!!!!!! the story. Not sure I wll continue with this series and the author. I would not recommend this book......d
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very entertaining, enjoyable book!
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I love this book as well as the other 3 books in this series! Catherine Anderson is the best!
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Suggest you buy the whole series....you will not be disappointed. Catherine Anderson holds the reader's attention throughout. Loved it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What do you think of this? I think i love it this is befor i rwad this book so i wounder wjat it will be like. So i am learning sighnaunge so if this is some one how is def and reading this i am realysorry for ypu but i can talk to you any time so hi peace out peeps.;) lobe ua have a nice live and sorry for the people thst where related to the little girl ho just passed away.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved reading Comanche Moon and thought this was a great sequel. Well written. Very convincing and shows you do need a strong and understanding man like Swift to help you liberate yourself from a traumatc past. Wish there were more men out here today that can show that type of empathy towards a woman.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
All books in this series well written and kept me reading. Couldn't put them down.
LindseyBauman More than 1 year ago
After reading about Swift & Amy in Comanche Moon, I couldn't wait to find out what happened to them. I was in no way disappointed. Their story was so much more than even I had hoped and I loved the portrayal of characters, both new and old. This book was able to make me laugh and cry all within the span of a few pages. The emotion Catherine Anderson inspires in Comanche Heart just permeates through every word she wrote. I literally couldn't put it down until I finished it. But even more inspiring than all that, this book really made me think about everything the Native Americans went through. While I had that a bit in the first one, this one really drove it home for me in the way that Hunter and Swift are part of a people tha really are no more. They had to try to change themselves in order to fit a mold that someone told them was correct in the world they lived. It really took me off guard how much just that gripped me, not to mention what Amy had to overcome when attempting to face her past. Definitely a fantastic read and one of my favorite books ever.
TT-1 More than 1 year ago
After reading the 1st book of the Commanche Series, I knew I had to move on to Comanche Heart, the 2nd book in the series. The 'feelings' that I felt for both sides in the grounds expansion of the U.S. was unbelievable. I thought it was simply amazing how Catherine Anderson left you engrossed in distinguishing the heart of the Commanche peoples along with the white settlers moving west. I knew I had to read Book 2, which was just as thrilling as Book 1. Seeing the years go forward and what had happened to the families of both sides of this 'war', I felt I was part of them. Knew I would have to get Book 3.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Amy's story from Comanche Moon. Amy is hurt that Swift had not come for her after events in Comanche Moon. Comanche Heart is their love story.
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Great romance and the strength love can proved