White Apache's Woman

White Apache's Woman

by Shirl Henke

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BN ID: 2940015526950
Publisher: Shirl Henke
Publication date: 10/15/2012
Series: Santa Fe Trilogy , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 227,705
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

SHIRL HENKE lives in St. Louis, where she enjoys gardening in her yard and greenhouse, cooking holiday dinners for her family and listening to jazz. In addition to helping brainstorm and research her books, her husband Jim is “lion tamer” for their two wild young tomcats, Pewter and Sooty, geniuses at pillage and destruction.
Shirl has been a RITA finalist twice, and has won three Career Achievement Awards, an Industry Award and three Reviewer’s Choice Awards from Romantic Times.
“I wrote my first twenty-two novels in longhand with a ballpoint pen—it’s hard to get good quills these days,” she says. Dragged into the twenty-first century by her son Matt, a telecommunication specialist, Shirl now uses two of those “devil machines.” Another troglodyte bites the dust. Please visit her at www.shirlhenke.com.

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White Apache's Woman 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Counselorj More than 1 year ago
The year is 1807 and Elise Lourois, a spy for the president, is on an unauthorized mission to find her younger brother who is also a spy, and to possibly stop a war between Spain and the United States. She hires a reluctant Santiago Quinn, the White Apache, to take her to Santa Fe. Before she can leave St. Louis she is almost killed by a couple of assassins but is saved by Quinn. She soon returns the favor when Quinn is in a fight to the death with another killer. She jams a pistol in the man's back and blows a hole in him. On the trail across the plains, as the adventures become more exciting and dangerous (a tornado, a visit to an Osage village where Santiago is almost killed) the sexual tension between Elise and her renegade builds to a white-hot pitch. These two characters, cautious, cynical and worldly, are a wonderful pairing. And the story abounds with intrigue and quirky characters like Santiago's partner, Spy Buck, a Muskogee Indian who speaks with a flawless British accent. Henke delivers an exciting read with passionate, interesting lovers.