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Apache Warrior (Zebra Historical Romance) Mass Market Paperback – April 1, 2008

3.8 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Series: Zebra Historical Romance
  • Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Zebra; First Edition edition (April 1, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1420103768
  • ISBN-13: 978-1420103762
  • Product Dimensions: 4.3 x 1 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,655,832 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Mass Market Paperback
I have just finished reading this book and must say I can't wait to read Amanda's sister, Candy and Damon's story. I was looking for some summer reading and liking Historical Romances, this one caught my eye. The authors research on the history of the Chiricahua Apaches was very interesting and made you feel like you were learning their ways of life right along with Amanda. I for one was glad to see that the main couple didn't just fall into being together without really learning of each other first. It took months of the learning and getting to know and respect each other and was very well written. I have added this author to my list of "must reads". I hope there is more of Amanda and Kayto's story in her next book also.
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This is a historical romance about the Chiricahua Tribe of the Apache Indians and a captive white girl's introduction into the 'life-way' of the Apaches. The historical information about the Chiricahua was interesting and seemed to be well researched. The history gave some insight into the 'why' behind tribal customs that were not understood by the Americans of that time period (1860's). Using Cochise as one of the 'larger than life' characters in the book gave some depth to the story line. This is not an academic work on the history of the Apache Indians. It is an enjoyable, relaxing read with a happy, if implausible ending. A sequel or another historical romance from this author would be welcomed.
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What a disappointing book! I have read hundreds of these Romance novels, dozens & dozens from Johanna Lindsey, Cassie Edwards, Madeline Baker, Bobbie Smith, Elaine Barbieri, Catherine Hart, Rosemary Rogers & ect, ect....to make a long story short, UGG, this was such a long drawn out story, it was more like taking a lesson in HISTORY than reading a good romance book. The book is 350 pages long & it drags the story out then ENTIRE BOOK & finally on the last 2 or 3 pages it comes to a abrupt ending, short & sweet. It was like the whole book goes in slow motion graphically detailing everything regarding to History/the Native American way of life, ect, ect(nothing very Romantical)......then like she all of a sudden wants to be done with it, so she speeds it up & bam, the only romance in the book is in the last few pages & it wasn't even good at that. If you want a good historical read about the Apache way of life, I assume it is ok, but if you are used to reading a good action packed romance this book will be a big let down...save yourself some time & just read the last few pages, otherwise you will be bored to death the entire book! It is one of those books you have to force yourself to finish!
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I hope my review gives a different perspective of this book and helps you decide if it one you wish to read.

This book made for a confusing read. The heroin constantly acted pathetic. After being knocked out and abuducted and thrown callously from her abductors horse the simply act of letting her drink water made her trust her captor. She did as she was told from the second he took her but constant references were made to her choosing to stop being difficult, to accept everything that was delt to her, and with enthusiasm!

The whole tone was that she should be grateful to her captors. That she owed them for not abusing her. I understand that acceptance and affection for them would come eventually but it should of been earned. She is constantly drawing unflattering comparisons to the white man against the Indians, when in her world as a young lady she would have seen nothing but the best of white men. Her issue was what people had told her of the Indians in theory versus what she saw. After being attacked and abducted don't you think that should of caused her some concern? Apparently not. Apparently doing what she was told when she was told to it was a privilege and she should be grateful.

Even when the hero withholds feeding her because she refused to do what her abductor said she believed she deserved it. Her reactions and thoughts make no sense. She constantly thought about how she'll let down one more barrier to accepting the Indian way of life when she never behaved with caution or fear. Never rejected it. She should have been very afraid. It should of been something to work through.

The author would write a scene where the chiefs wife made known her approval of the heroin and all the woman would welcome her.
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I really loved this book! What an honorable warrior, waiting until they were married to be with Amanda! And it was fun to read how she evolved through the book from a well dressed woman, to wearing animal skins, and her outlook toward the Apache way of life, how she changed her way of thinking. It was a very good read!
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I bought this book because I had looked at the review and the contents of the book and thought that it would be really good. Well, needless to say I had a hard time finishing the book. I found it to be boring and really drawn out. It lost my interest about halfway through I was very disappointed. I normally like this kind of a book the native american romances and I think that from now on I will stick with Cassie Edwards novels!! Hers are interesting and have action all the way through!
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