War Cloud’s Passion by Karen Kay

Legendary Warriors, Book 1

At twenty-three, Anna Wiley is lucky. The children aboard an orphan train headed west don’t care that their nurse is too tall, too homely to be loved. They need her, and she will not rest until each one is placed in a loving home, including the last twelve bedraggled, rejected urchins clinging to her skirts.

When their train is attacked by a band of warriors bent on rescuing a kidnapped Indian boy, she doesn’t think twice about protecting the children—all the children, including the boy. Except keeping her charges safe means she must trust the formidable warrior who led the attack.

War Cloud plans to get the strong-willed white woman and her gaggle of children off his hands as soon as possible. Yet as he guides them toward civilization, he realizes there is beauty beneath Anna’s ill-fitting clothes, a strong spirit behind her sparkling green eyes.

Even as passion grows, War Cloud prepares to put her from him, and not only because of the animosity that hangs between their cultures. A centuries-old curse hangs over his ancestral line. A spell that could take her from him forever—should he dare to fall in love.

This is the 25th Anniversary Edition of the book.

Warning: Sensuous Romance which contains a passion that could lead to soul-stirring love, if the whispering ancestors have their way.

“I couldn’t put it down!”

“This is not my first Karen Kay book, and I am sure she is now one of my favorite authors.”

“I loved everything about this story; the action, the magic, the love. I was almost in tears at one part!”

“With any historical romance, accuracy is much appreciated, and it’s obvious that Karen has done her research to make everything about this story as true as possible while also keeping it a fictional story.”

“I think my favorite part of the story, though, was Anna. She was not perfect, as none of us are, and she had no illusions about it, therefore making her a little more “no-nonsense” about the situations she found herself in. I also liked how she was portrayed as strong and independent without being hit over the head with the fact that she’s a strong woman, like i am with so many other romance novels.”

“All in all, I absolutely loved it and I can’t wait to read more of Karen’s books!”

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