By Elizabeth Lane
and notwithstanding good judgment informed her to escape from the unpredictable half-breed, intuition whispered a distinct story. Latigo used to be a important guy who desperately wanted her helpand her heart !
The courageous younger lady made Latigo yearn for what he knew he may by no means haveacceptance, family and love. Such issues weren't for the likes of him. For he used to be a renegade Apache, the white man's posse claimed, and will simply deliver the widowed Rose Colby extra grief .
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Apache Fire by Elizabeth Lane