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White Apache's Woman (Santa Fe Trilogy Book 2)

White Apache's Woman (Santa Fe Trilogy Book 2) [Kindle Edition]

Shirl Henke
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SANTIAGO QUINN was an aristocrat by birth, a Lipan Apache by choice. He was called Red Eagle by his adopted people. But he was known from Santa Fe to St. Louis as an infamous and deadly renegade, the "White Apache."

ELISE LOUVOIS was an agent for President Jefferson on a dangerous mission to keep cunning, unscrupulous men from provoking a war between Spain and the weak Republic. And she would do anything to stop that from happening.

Running from the past, Quinn had no intention of becoming entangled with the haughty female who hired him to guide her down the Camino Real to Santa Fe. So much for good intentions. The raven-haired beauty was an enigma at best, at worst a fatal distraction. Elise's cool violet eyes betrayed none of her secrets, but her warm, willing body came alive under his touch. She mystified the renegade. She would risk imprisonment by the Spanish, capture by the Indians, and death in a tornado, but she would not risk her vulnerable heart. Eventually, the only thing Quinn was sure of was that, in spite of his enemies and hers, he would make this elusive, mysterious, maddening creature the...

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 624 KB
  • Print Length: 322 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Shirl Henke (14 Oct 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009R7DZIQ
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #153,491 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars White Apache's Woman 19 Jan 2014
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This was the second book in the trilogy and a brilliant read as always. Ms Henke certainly does her homework regarding the customs of Red Indian tribes.
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4.0 out of 5 stars White Appache's Woman (Santa Fe Trilogy) 22 May 2013
By lizbeth
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Once again thoroughly enjoyable reading and look forward to the final book in this trilogy - once again looking forward to the next book in this trilogy
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2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing 8 July 2014
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Too much history for me, tried to skip alot. Too much descriptive content, more history than romance
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 19 Oct 2014
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5.0 out of 5 stars A wonderful romance with great characters and fascinating adventure 21 Oct 2012
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Set in the time of Lewis and Clark, this is an adventure tale with two lovers who are tearing at one another one moment and tearing the clothes off each other the next. Santiago Quinn, the White Apache of the title, pays allegiance to nobody, except the Apache band who has adopted him. Although white himself, he distrusts all white men's governments. Elise is an American spy and a patriot. In search for her soldier brother she fears might be being held by the Spanish government in Santa Fe, she pays Quinn to take her there, against his better judgment. The journey is a vivid picture of what it must have been like to cross the Great Plains 200 hundred years ago, even before the 49 niners. For example, at one point Elise thinks the men have gone crazy from the plague of mosquitoes that has been eating them alive when they suddenly jump off their horses and begin to roll in the mud of a river bank. They are coating themselves with mud armor that the bugs cannot penetrate. There is adventure aplenty--a tornado, an Osage chief who wants to buy Elise from Quinn, a wild buffalo hunt--and of course the tension between the lovers who are irresistibly drawn together. There is also a background of international intrigue, early 19th century style. All of it makes for an interesting read. You will certainly like Santiago Quinn and enjoy his perplexity in trying to deal with a very confident woman.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Read 28 Jan 2013
By Marla Jean Swisher - Published on
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Great book...have been a reader of indian romance novels for the past twenty years...great read!! I do most of my reading before bed and enjoyed this very much...recommend
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4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting story. 13 May 2013
By GiGi Mills - Published on
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Good story and well written, plus some historical information. I like romantic, historical novels and have always been fascinated by the Native American cultures.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Intense, Intrigue, Thrilling 8 Feb 2013
By Vienna1956 - Published on
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Well written and researched, great walk down history intertwined with deception, secrets, passion (at its best).

Characters are intense with twists and turns and intrigue. Fall into the world of cross country spies, with a touch of jealousy, hate, torment and disgust. Where chivalry abounds and attractions dictate.

Loose yourself in this 2nd part of the Sante Fe Trilogy - taste the dust storms and rain, feel the raging river and heat, sense the longing and feel the passion..... how could you not?

Give in to the story and walk a mile in the White Apache Woman's shoes...... with a man like Santiago hot on your heels, why run!
5.0 out of 5 stars Terrific storyline... 21 April 2014
By Dorothy - Published on
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Congrats to Ms. Henke for doing so much research in making this a great book. Not only are many points in this book right on historically, she has added a wonderful fictional storyline. It is a fast paced book that covers the early 1800's and is the second in a series. I'm sure you could read this as a stand alone but why would you when there are three in the series. I loved the first one which gave me a foundation for the second and I can't wait to start the third. It is an intense story that covers so much western lore that I had to keep reading right up to the end. Elisa is a spy for the President and makes an arduous trip to New Mexico to find her brother, Samuel. Leading this group is Santiago Quinn who we met in the first book. He has grown up and knew the hardship of lost love and then he meets Elisa. This is not only about the romance but about what happened in history with pending war between not only the Indians but between Spain and the United States. This author is a great storyteller.
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