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Sara's worst fears are realized, when she is taken captive by who she thinks is one of the same savage Indians who killed her
parents. But her captor, Takoda, is different from those who robbed her of her mother and father.The more time spent together,
neither can deny their intense attraction. With every look, a passion burns between them, and soon she understands why
Takoda took her from her home.Will Sara let go of the hurt of the past and risk everything for her bronze skinned warrior?
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful Sweet historical romance short story!, March 3, 2012 By DV
This review is from: Takoda (Kindle Edition) I read Takoda on the plane on my way to the Virgin Islands and started my vacation
early with the sweet read! T.M. Hobbs does it again, creating a smoldering passion in a young frontier woman's heart in
Wyoming. One difference: she finds love with a young Native American man, not a white settler, as one would assume. The
conflict this raises in Sarah's heart and mind have to do with the brutal murder of her parents by another tribe, earlier in her life.
Hobbs manages to do a lot in this short story about moving past old wounds and perceptions, and embracing love and new life.
I would love to see Hobbs create a longer, more in-depth story set in this historical context- she has a good feel for the era.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
a fun satisfying read, February 19, 2012 By Elizabeth Inglee
This review is from: Takoda (Kindle Edition) This was a lovely short historical romance set in old west Wyoming. Sarah is a
young woman who moves to Wyoming with her Aunt and Uncle after her parents were killed by Native Americans. When she
gets to Wyoming, things don't go as expected when she gets taken by a young Crow man.This is a sweet romantic piece, if you
are looking for an erotic piece this isn't it, but it is a fun satisfying read.
Lame story, August 21, 2012 By LA "LA" (Kansas City)
This review is from: Takoda (Kindle Edition) This book did not develop the characters. The story was not believable. White
woman kidnapped, she was never afraid - just went with the flow. I want a refund.