Apache Flame

Apache Flame

by Janis Reams Hudson
Apache Flame

Apache Flame

by Janis Reams Hudson



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Known as Fire Seeker to the Apaches, Chiricahua half-breed Pace Colton is on a mission. His step-brother's daughter has gone missing in Mexico, and Pace is determined to rescue her from the evil murderer known as El Carnicero--the Butcher. Even if it kills him.

But Joanna is not completely helpless. High-spirited and strong willed, she manages to free herself from captivity and flees. But freedom is short-lived--El Carnicero's henchmen are after her, and closing in. Then, out of nowhere, rides her childhood hero, Pace, to the rescue! Together they race toward the Sierra Madres on a terrifying, thrilling adventure. To their amazement, they both learn that love burns bright in the Mexican desert. Joanna prays that if she can love him enough to hold him, she can heal his tortured soul. As Pace fights for their very lives with blazing guns and his defiant, Apache heart, he will be able to claim his destiny. For he knows that his destiny is Joanna.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014879187
Publisher: Janis Reams Hudson
Publication date: 08/15/2012
Series: Apache/Colton Book 6 of 6 , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 382
Sales rank: 623,020
File size: 617 KB

About the Author

Raised on John Wayne, Roy Rogers, and The Lone Ranger, Janis Reams Hudson is a child of the West. She was born in California, grew up in Colorado, lived in Texas, and has called Central Oklahoma home for most of her adult life. Westerns, for her, are a given. After leaving a successful career in broadcast television, Janis decided to do something about all those stories whirling around in her head. She focused her full attention on writing. This took some sacrifice. She chose to give up cooking and cleaning. Her first book was published in 1991, and she hasn’t looked back since. Janis and her husband, Ron, live in Oklahoma City, where their dogs, Pookie and Buttercup, take them on daily walks.
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