By Dorothy Garlock
After the demise of her mom and dad, Annie Lash yearned for a guy she may well supply her like to thoroughly. Then a tender frontiersman provided her an opportunity to flee her early life domestic. whilst Annie arrives at the frontier, she discovers opposed Indians, river bandits, and a hidden ardour that grows because the robust, younger guy who fought to tame the wild additionally starts to tame her obdurate middle.
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