The Golden Lady

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Pub Date 11 Sep 2009 | Archive Date 31 Jan 2022

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Loving someone is hard…especially if they're supposed to be your enemy!
Willow Creek, Arizona saw its share of Indian attacks. Amanda Gregory witnessed the sorrow first hand with her father's murder. Refusing Reverend Joshua Holmes' proposal, Amanda decides to stay on her farm and run it alone. When she saves Proud Eagle, a wounded Apache warrior, he wins her heart, calling her his golden lady, and Amanda's hatred of Indians begins to change. The night the Chiricahuas attack Amanda's farm, Proud Eagle helps her to escape, taking her back to his tribe to become his wife. But their love is forbidden, and Amanda finds herself fighting the biggest battle of her life . . . the right to love her enemy.

Loving someone is hard…especially if they're supposed to be your enemy!
Willow Creek, Arizona saw its share of Indian attacks. Amanda Gregory witnessed the sorrow first hand with her father's murder...


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The first half of the novel is a rehash of familiar storylines: girl's family killed by bad Indians, she falls in love with good Indian, she joins tribe, tribe endangered by the White Soldiers. Only towards the last chapters the story gets fresh and thrilling.

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I was in the mood for a Native American romance, and this well written story definitely hit the mark, I enjoyed it. Thank you netgalley and publisher for this arc in exchange of an honest review.

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