HALFBREED WARRIOR
by Bobbi Smith

August 2005
ISBN: 0-8439-5396-9
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Texas, 1870s


Miranda “Randi” Stockton grew up wild and free on her father’s ranch. Randi could out ride and out gun the cowboys on her spread, and most of them steered clear of the hellion. One day while out searching for the elusive “Phantom” stallion, which according to legend only the bravest of indian warriors could capture and ride, Randi is confronted by a man fitting that exact description!


Hawk Morgan knew he was a man that belonged nowhere. Half-Comanche, Hawk had grown up amongst his mother’s people. Upon her death, he was taken in by his white aunt and uncle on their ranch, but following a devastating attack by marauding Apaches, Hawk lost everything, including the woman he loved. Taking tracking jobs was all Hawk had left. Agreeing to work for rancher Jack Stockton to try to find those responsible for rustling his cattle, Hawk arrives on Jack’s land to the most outrageous site. A boy on a swift horse chasing a wild stallion! Only when Hawk grabs hold of him does he realize this is no ordinary boy, but a very grown and beautiful woman. Randi Stockton possesses a determined spirit, a spirit that matches Hawk's. Together Hawk and Randi form a bond steeped in their mutual attraction not only for each other but also for the mysterious, elusive Phantom stallion. Still, the dangers that are circling the Lazy S are overpowering, and Hawk will have to depend on all his skills as a tracker, and Halfbreed Warrior, in order to keep his Randi safe!


New York Times bestselling author Bobbi Smith takes us down the frontier trail once again with her latest, Halfbreed Warrior. Appealing characters revolving around an Indian legend of a horse that can only be ridden by the bravest of warriors, makes for a whimsical read that is quick and fun. Hawk is not only brave, handsome and sexy, but he can be sensitive and kind, all great qualities for an action romance hero.


Reviewed in September 2005 by Bonnie.

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