Take My Hand, My Heart


3.00 · 1 ratings · Published: May 17th, 2012 {{ book.ratingTitle }}
Marilyn Easton had been going to the McAllister Dude Ranch since she was 16. But for the last 3 years, she was tempted by the handsome actor in the re-enactment reaching for her hand.
Wes Parker never did fit in anywhere. Part Apache the Indians called him white and the whites called him Indian. He had finally found a niche for himself in negotiating troubles between the two. The last problem blew up and he needed to try to save at least the women and children. But, what was the redhead dressed in pants doing in the middle of town during all the shooting?

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