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The Legend of the Apache Kid
     

The Legend of the Apache Kid

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by Sarah Black
 
English prof-slash-cowboy Raine Magrath knows Johnny Bravo is an airhead. A beautiful young Apache film-making genius airhead, but still. They meet in a hot tub during Johnny's first film festival, but he bolts before his work is even shown. When Johnny drifts back to Taos a year later, they slide into a slow cowboy two-step so easily Raine starts to think Johnny

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English prof-slash-cowboy Raine Magrath knows Johnny Bravo is an airhead. A beautiful young Apache film-making genius airhead, but still. They meet in a hot tub during Johnny's first film festival, but he bolts before his work is even shown. When Johnny drifts back to Taos a year later, they slide into a slow cowboy two-step so easily Raine starts to think Johnny might be the one. When Johnny's young cousin Weasel joins them, Raine's life seems complete, a ready-made family to love and protect.

Raine is sure that with his gentle guidance, Johnny can achieve the sort of worldly success Raine turned his back on years before. But Johnny has his own idea about what he wants his life to become. Too late Raine remembers that Johnny runs when he feels a chain tightening around his neck. Raine's quest for the perfect family might be the very thing that tears them apart.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940015118575
Publisher:
Dreamspinner Press
Publication date:
09/05/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
537 KB

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The Legend of the Apache Kid 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not quite the book I was expecting and I'm glad I read it. I enjoyed the characters - really interesting MC's who are far from perfect but really good people and the secondary characters added to the good feeling of the story.