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The award-winning author of The Legend of Love delivers a tempestuous historical romance set in the Colorado Rockies. Diane Buchannan's breathtaking riding skills draw huge crowds at the Wild West Show, as does the "Redman of the Rockies, " a captured "savage." When Diane recklessly sets him free, he sweeps her away to the mountains--and to a love greater than any show on Earth. Original.
Posted November 30, 2012
The book was decent, but the characters didn't really have depth to them. They reminded me of shallow teenagers. Author also used the same inner dialogue word for word for each main character, several times, instead of coming up with something original. Not a book a highly recommend.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 9, 2008
In 1895, Benjamin Star leaves San Francisco for Denver at about the same time that Diane Buchannan leaves DC for the Mile High City. Benjamin was raised by the Shoshoni who rescued him from a fire as an infant, travels like a native; Diane rides the train to join her grandparents who raised her when her parents died. Diane plans to help her beloved family with the financially failing ¿Colonel Buck Buchannan¿s Wild West Show¿ as a trick rider and lariat artist. Employees of the show led by the Cherokee Kid bring in a savage dubbed ¿the Redman of the Rockies¿. Though afraid of him, Diane feels sorry for the captive. Unable to ignore the ignorant brute, she frees him, but he abducts her. On their trek she pleads with the ¿Beast¿ to free her when he suddenly speaks perfect English because he is Benjamin. After overcoming the shock that he is not some feral savage, Diane frees the attraction she hid from herself and soon she and Benjamin fall in love. However, the nasty Cherokee Kid wants Diane for himself and he will not stop until he kills the Beast and takes the Beauty his style. Indian romance readers will gain much pleasure from Nan Ryan¿s latest tale, WRITTEN IN THE STARS that is more of a westernized Beauty and the Beast. The action-packed story line never slows down even before the abduction. The lead couple is a delight and most of the support cast provides depth to their personalities. However, the Cherokee Kid is so nasty he subtracts from a powerful historical romance. Harriet KlausnerWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 16, 2002
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