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by Ronda Thompson

Free eBook Walk into the Flame download ISBN: 0843951192
Author: Ronda Thompson
Publisher: Dorchester Pub Co Inc (June 1, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 384
Category: Love Story
Subcategory: Historical
Size MP3: 1124 mb
Size FLAC: 1787 mb
Rating: 4.6
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Ronda Thompson provides plenty of action with strong charcaters, but readers seeking an Indian romance need to look elsewhere.

Ronda Thompson provides plenty of action with strong charcaters, but readers seeking an Indian romance need to look elsewhere. However, those in the audience who appreciate deep realism that condemns anyone taking away the inalienable basic rights of an individual (to include the male lead making a hostage out of the female protagonist), a people, and a way of life will want to read WALK INTO THE FLAME.

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2003) A novel by Ronda Thompson. Returning to the Mescalero Indian tribe that raised her, only to discover that the government has declared war on her people, Rache Brodie is taken hostage against the Federal soldiers by her adoptive brother Swift Buck - a dangerously sexy warrior whose fierce passion matches her own. Original. Genre: Historical Romance.

This book was a sequel to Cougars Woman also by Rhonda Thompson. It continues the saga of the band of Mescaleros Apaches through their confinement on the reservation and their escape with the help of Rachel "Silent Wind". A great book for anyone who respects the ways of the Indian people and is saddened by their treatment at the hands of the "white men" during the westward expansion. This item doesn't belong on this page. Thanks, we'll look into this. Additional site navigation.

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Source for information on Thompson, Ronda 1955–2007 . Many of the last books Thompson wrote are paranormal tales featuring werewolves.

Source for information on Thompson, Ronda 1955–2007: Contemporary Authors dictionary. Walk into the Flame also features Apache characters, as well as the white woman they adopted as part of the tribe when she was abandoned as a child. Romantic Times critic Gerry Benninger appreciated the way Thompson strove to make the often violent conflict between whites and American Indians realistic, but feared that the "well-written" tale becomes a "bit too harsh," concluding that this "makes the requisite happy ending unbelievable.

And then she was there, walking toward him, smiling as if they had known each other for years instead of a few hours

Leanne gazed into the depths of his eyes and felt the instant connection between the two of them, as if their souls had found each other after traveling through years of darkness. She had been born for this man. The thought entered her mind, quiet and unshakable, like the answer to a prayer. And then she was there, walking toward him, smiling as if they had known each other for years instead of a few hours. He felt his mouth water just looking at her.

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Authors: Ronda Thompson. Regardless of my behavior at the Greenleys’ ball, I am not the sort of woman who would allow a man who came into my room uninvited to also easily slip into my bed. This matter must be set straight between us once and for all. He knew what sort of woman she was.

Returning to the Mescalero Indian tribe that raised her, only to discover that the government has declared war on her people, Rache Brodie is taken hostage against the Federal soldiers by her adoptive brother Swift Buck - a dangerously sexy warrior whose fierce passion matches her own. Original.
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Agalen
The New Mexico Mescalero Indians raised Rachel as one of their own after her father abandoned her. However, unable to ignore her white heritage and fearing her love for Swift Buck, Silent Wind left the tribe to live in the white world. She not only deserted the people who nurtured her, but also destroyed the love of Swift Buck.
For five years an abashed Rachel watches the harassment and murder of her former tribe even on their reservation. She returns to her tribe with a deep desire to help in the fight against the hell that the whites have imposed on her people. Angry at her for leaving and at the whites for killing his fellow Apaches including his wife, White Buck abducts Rachel. He plans to use her as a pawn enabling him to flee the infernal jail the soldiers call a reservation, but did not count on their former love rekindling even brighter than before.
Though the romance is a subplot, WALK INTO THE FLAME reads more like a deep historical fiction than a love story. The tale provides a dark often-gritty look at the nineteenth century mistreatment of Indians by Federal agents and soldiers, and other Americans. Ronda Thompson provides plenty of action with strong charcaters, but readers seeking an Indian romance need to look elsewhere. However, those in the audience who appreciate deep realism that condemns anyone taking away the inalienable basic rights of an individual (to include the male lead making a hostage out of the female protagonist), a people, and a way of life will want to read WALK INTO THE FLAME.
Harriet Klausner
Faebei
I wanted to cry when this story ended. It was everything and so much more than what was promised in Cougar's Woman, the first book in this series. I was captured by Swift Buck and Rachel in Cougar's Woman, to put it simply Swift Buck stole that book away from the hero, and I've waited four years to finally read Rachel and Swift Buck's story. I wondered if the same feeling, the feeling of deep emotional love, would be captured the way it was in Cougar's Woman, the love that Swift Buck had for Rachel, that was conveyed so strongly, that we were teased with. It did. Outstanding is the only way I can describe Walk Into the Flame. I connected with these two characters so deeply that they were on the fringes of my mind when I wasn't able to read the book, when I was dying to get back to it. Rachel and Swift Buck are two characters that were so alive for me I couldn't stand the thought of reading the end of their story, of leaving them behind. They're the kind of characters I wish I could read about in ever book I read. The perfect example of soulmates. They stole a piece of my heart in Cougar's Woman and took the rest in Walk Into the Flame. Even when faced with what looked to be betrayal, Swift Buck still had complete faith in Rachel, even when he had no reason to, and even though others accused him of being blinded by love. He wasn't wrong. He followed his heart and it lead him to a dazzling love he risked everything for. Now that's romance! Walk Into the Flame is a diamond without flaws. You're heart will be touched as never before by this eternal love story that holds a place in my heart as one of the best books I've ever read.