Desert Sunrise

Narrated by: Loretta Rawlins
Length: 11 hrs and 50 mins
Categories: Romance, Historical
4.3 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

From national best-selling romance author Raine Cantrell comes the story of a desperate woman who meets her destiny on the Arizona frontier.

After her husband is murdered on their wedding night, Faith Beckett is on the run, with her father and siblings in tow. They have a land stake on the far side of the Arizona Territory, a perilous journey for even seasoned travelers, and they are in need of a guide as determined as Faith.

Delaney Carmichael was raised by the Apache, and a man as hard and dangerous as the land he loves. On a mission to restore his family’s honor, he has no time to help Faith and knows he’ll be better off if he ignores her beauty. But when Faith walks head on into danger, he’s moved to save her despite his best judgment. Ensnared by Faith’s turquoise eyes and a mystical connection to ancient Apache legends, the hardness of Delaney’s heart is softened as mutual passion is revealed in the wild lands of Arizona.

©1992 Theresa Di Benedetto (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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good story

a good story but long a little drawn out the narrator did a good job with hope voice but not so with Del he sounds like 12 yrs old boy not the big bad hero he was