White Deception

White Deception

by Susan Edwards

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When a blind woman inherits a ranch, she turns to a handsome yet dangerous half-breed whose knowledge of ranching is only exceeded by his knowledge of love.

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ISBN-13: 9780843953336
Publisher: Dorchester Publishing Company, Inc.
Publication date: 11/02/2004
Series: White Series
Pages: 321
Product dimensions: 4.18(w) x 6.72(h) x 0.93(d)

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harstan More than 1 year ago
In the Dakota Territory, three years have passed since the fatal barn fire killed her spouse of a few hours and left half-breed Mathilda Morning Moon O¿Brien blind and unable to see visions. The nightmares that haunted her at first when she realized her husband died trying to rescue her stopped for a while, but have just returned as if the spirits are trying to communicate with her.--- The new visions are more like what she used to ¿see¿ and quite different from the immediate post fire nightmares. In several of them Mattie observes half breed Reed Robertson, a bounty hunter who has embraced his white side fully. Reed has come to the area seeking to bring to justice the surviving two murderers who killed his wife. Though he wants to refuse to help Mattie save her family ranch from nasty souls, Reed cannot resist her lure. As they work together and their similar situations merge into one case, they fall in love, but the enemy is powerful and has killed their loved ones without regret several times already.--- In her latest ¿White¿ Indian romance, Susan Edwards provides strong medicine for her readers with a wonderful action-packed version of the classic western theme of good vs. bad. Mattie is an intriguing protagonist who refuses to allow her handicap to keep her from taking care of her siblings (her parents were murdered) while the cynical Reed thinks the intrepid Mattie is his savior and doom. Ms. Edwards¿ fans will take immense delight in what is one of her best, if not the best, White novel and look forward to a sibling sequel.--- Harriet Klausner