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Apache Fire - cover

Apache Fire

Raine Cantrell

Publisher: Diversion Books

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“Raine Cantrell is a powerhouse writer whose emotional intensity keeps you enthralled.” —Kathe Robin, RT Book Reviews Widowed and childless, Angie is named The Woman of Sorrow by Niko, a noble warrior of the Apache. But as passion ignites between them, Angie must weather the storm of prejudice and injustice for another chance at true happiness—and true love.

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