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Shattered by the grief at her fiance's death, Katy Marie Alvarez decides to enter a convent. But fate has other plans. En route to her destination, the coach in which Katy is traveling is attacked by Indians and Katy, the lone survivor, is taken captive by the Cheyenne warrior known as Iron Wing. Soon both feel a love that neither time nor treachery can quench. Reissue.
Posted August 23, 2011
I recently read Love in the Wind and was very disappointed. The "hero," Iron Wing, was very absuive to the heroine, Katy, both pysically and emotionally. The book was long-winded, and most of the plot consisted of Iron Wing tormenting Katy and her taking it, while he remained cold and uncaring - which grew old and made for a terrible and disappointing read. The other events of the book appeared to be just thrown in, and it was obvious - none of it really made sense with the rest of the already weak story line. He was a poorly written "hero" and Katy a bland, unimaginative heroine. I'm going to donate the book to the library, it's not worth the extra money to pay to send it back for a refund. I recommend reading another Madeline Baker book instead - Reckless Desire. It had a everything a good romance should have.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.