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4 early American vacation romances contain "Loving Devlin" by means of Madeline Baker, "The Fourth present" by way of Elizabeth Chadwick, "Christmas shock" via Norah Hess, and "Christmas superstar" by way of Connie Mason. Reissue.
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Sarah. He swallowed hard, realizing that she could be dead even now. The thought was like a knife in his heart. Please. He lifted his face toward heaven, the single word repeating itself over and over again. Please. Please. Please let her be all right. Page 46 Like the Apache, the Comanche were often cruel to their enemies. Men were killed out of hand, women were taken alive when possible, children too young to run away were adopted into the tribe. Women were not usually abused, but there were cruel men in every society, and he groaned low in his throat as he thought of Sarah being mistreated.
Wept until exhaustion claimed her and she tumbled into oblivion. The sudden cessation of movement woke her. Opening her eyes, she saw that it was dark and the Indians were making camp for the night. She was stiff and sore in every muscle, and a soft cry of protest escaped her lips when her captor lifted her from the back of the horse. He muttered something to her as he cut her hands free and gestured into the darkness beyond Page 29 the fire. Hoping he meant what she thought he did, she went behind a bush and relieved herself.
Printed in the United States of America. Page 7 LOVING DEVLIN Madeline Baker Page 8 Merry Christmas to all my readers, especially Patti Brogden, Yancee Nanning, and Mozelle Strickland. You're the best! Page 9 Chapter One New Mexico, 1873 Devlin Dennehy rested his arms along the top rail of the corral, his gaze roaming over the wild horses penned inside the four-rail fence. He'd made a good catch this year, he mused. When he sold this bunch of broomtails to the Army, Sarah would be able to buy that new stove she'd been pestering him for.
A Wilderness Christmas by Madeline Baker