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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Topaz (October 1, 1996)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0451406656
  • ISBN-13: 978-0451406651
  • Product Dimensions: 6.9 x 4.1 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,494,288 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Tanzey has been looking for her twin brother for the last six months, ever since he rode out alone to hunt wild boar and never came back. The soldiers at the fort haven't found a trace of him, but Tanzey can't and won't accept his disappearance while everyone else believes him dead. Tanzey is more of a tomboy at twenty as she dresses in men's attire and helps the ranch hands everyday. She can ride her horse as well as any man and she knows how to shoot a gun with precision. She rides out alone one day looking for wild mustangs when she sees a Comanche Indian who she thinks could be the war chief, Rolling Thunder. She watches him disable and capture a horse without killing it. Tanzey is impressed with his skill and his masculine appearance and that night, she fantasizes about him. When she returns to the same spot hoping to capture a horse, she is watched by Rolling Thunder, who is pleased with her skill and her beauty. He tells her to leave because the land belongs to the Indians, and when he leaves, Tanzey follows him, hoping to find his village and quite possibly, her brother. But before he reaches the village, Rolling Thunder sneaks around and takes Tanzey as his captive. Tanzey waits in anticipation for Rolling Thunder to seduce her, and she is disappointed that he does not. She is outspoken and critical of him because she does not understand certain things, so Rolling Thunder makes her work day and night to teach her the Comanche ways. Tanzey slowly learns to adapt to the Indian way of life, yet at times she still cannot accept some of their ways. Rolling Thunder makes love to Tanzey and later allows her to see her brother who had been taken captive by princess Feather Moon. She can see how happy he is and that he has totally embraced the Comanche ways. Mostly there are good times for Tanzey and Rolling Thunder, but they have some difficult times as well as dangerous ones too. There is a sad time when Feather Moon dies in childbirth, and the whites slowly invade and take more of the Comanche lands. The whole tribe's future is in question, but Tanzey and Rolling Thunder journey together, their love growing stronger as their passion knows no bounds. Rolling Thunder starts out with the capture of Brant, but soon turns into Tanzey's story. I felt that she is an immature person who one minute is strong and independent and loves her Indian brave but in the blink of an eye, questions him, his wisdom and his customs and then wonders how she could love him! This seemed to happen a few times throughout the book. And the story does not seem to be plot driven, rather it moves along with a series of events in their everyday life.Gloria Miller -- Copyright © 1994-97 Literary Times, Inc. All rights reserved -- From Literary Times

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Trusso1441@aol.com on December 3, 1997
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Storm's Angel is probably one of the best books that I have read in a long time. The story not only keeps you interested, it also pulls at your heart strings. Tanzy is so wild spirited, you wonder if Rolling Thunder will ever be able to tame her. I've read many of Cassie's books, she really knows how to hold the reader's attention.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 19, 1997
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Cassie is one of the bast writers I have ever read.
I would some day like to read all of her Indian Romance books. I have read about six of them now.
SPC Rios DiAnna L.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By aurianna@hotmail.com on November 7, 1997
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Cassie is a great writer and how she writes the books they seem to come to life. I felt like I was in Texas with Tanzey when she is taken captive by Rolling Thunder. She is feisty and will do anything to get away from him until he touches her then she wants never to leave him.
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Tanzey Nicole is the . . . spunky heroine of this laughable and silly Indian romance! Her twin brother has . . . vanished and she's . . . looking for him and suddenly she . . . sees a handsome Comanche Indian!
She follows him hoping he will . . . lead her to her brother and he . . . takes her captive!
Boring, badly written and plotted, this book's sole purpose is to show people how not to write.
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