Jeb and Hoot get more than they bargained for when they trade horses with an Indian village. Now what are they supposed to do with a white woman captive and her Indian baby?
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A Good story
Probably not. It was a good story but just not enough of a story to listen to again.
I liked that the main characters could see each other as people and not as a race.
Well, when I first started listening, Mark had this weird way of talking - like an old man telling a story. It was distracting at first but I got into it and enjoyed his way of telling the story.
I didn't have any strong reactions to the story. The only thing that bothered me was that the story rather just ended. Was it a HEA? I don't really know. And that may have been what was intended but I really like those HEA's.
Over all, the book was good and meant to be a short story.
- Martha Dunlap
Rock and a hard place