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Katie Boyle has known Aiden Murphy her whole life. Everyone expects them to marry someday, but as much as she cares for her lifelong friend, Katie wants more from life. She craves adventure and excitement, and doesn't want to give in to the obvious choice. Heading west along the Oregon Trail is, in her mind, the beginning of the new life she has always wanted, and she intends to embrace it. But when she is abducted by a Cheyenne brave and taken to his village, she is in for more adventure than she bargained for.
Aiden has loved Katie for as long as he has known her, and is determined to win her, regardless of her protests. He has watched over her as she spread her wings without her ever knowing it. But his devotion is put to the test when Katie is taken. He risks everything to follow her and rescue her, only to end up as the center of attention in the Cheyenne village. His skill with music makes him an honored guest amongst the Indians, but can he save Katie before her fate is sealed forever?
©2015 Merry Farmer (P)2016 Merry Farmer
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5 out of 5 stars
By MichTeach on 04-23-18

Great Romance and Excellent Narration

A stubborn, imperfect heroine. The boy next door who has loved her (patiently) for his whole life. A wagon train romance. They all add up to a great read for me. I loved the Irish accents done by the narrator. My only complaint was that she didn't always seem to keep characters' voices straight, but she maintained accents and put in such fantastic inflection that I enjoyed the book so much more than when I read it. And I actually really liked it when I was just reading so I was surprised that the narration would add so much to this book. I would reccomend reading or listening to Trail of Longing though before this book. The series is tightly interconnected.

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