Winds Across Texas

Adult
Held five years in captivity by the Comanche, Katherine Bellamy and the child she brings home are shunned by polite Texas society. When Kate sets out to find her brother Ford and bring him home, she encounters Slade, a mercenary soldier and Texas Ranger, seeking revenge for the deaths of his wife and infant son. Sparks fly, but Katherine fears that Slade will discover her greatest secret. More

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About Susan Yawn Tanner

Susan Yawn Tanner is published in historical romance as Susan Tanner. Her novels, Highland Captive, Captive to A Dream, Exiled Heart, Fire Across Texas and Winds Across Texas as well as A Warm Southern Christmas (part of a Christmas anthology), were all published by Leisure Books.
Writing as Susan Y. Tanner, Ms. Tanner’s latest venture is a ‘series within a series’ of romantic mysteries showcasing one smart feline named Trouble. Because Ms. Tanner is a horse lover as well as a cat lover, her Trouble books all have backstories which feature the world of horses. Published by KaliOka Press, these books are part of the Familiar Legacy series written in concert with some very talented authors. Trouble in Summer Valley was released in 2017, Turning for Trouble in 2018, and Trouble in Action is slated for 2019.

Ms. Tanner is excited that Secret Staircase Books, an imprint of Columbine Publishing Group, has opted to publish Fire Across Texas and Winds Across Texas, as well as A Warm Southern Christmas, in both print and e-book. This is the first time these titles have been available in e-book.

Tanner barrel races and writes with equal enthusiasm.

About the Series: The Bellamys of Texas
Romantic suspense in 1850s Texas by bestselling author Susan Yawn Tanner. Follow the Bellamy family and the Texas Rangers in these edgy romances with a thriller component.

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