HANNAH'S HALF-BREED by HEIDI BETTS
IN NEED OF A MIRACLE
The road to Hell might be paved with good intentions, but
David Walker knew the trail to Purgatory, Texas, was lined
with nothing but trouble. Wounded and in desperate need of
help, he had survived the treacherous journey to reach the
blue-eyed, blond-haired girl of his memories. And in
Hannah's arms he discovered Heaven. But torn between the
white man's world and his Indian heritage, David wondered
if he'd been saved or damned.
HE FOUND AN ANGEL
The man who called himself Spirit Walker bore little
resemblance to the boy who had comforted Hannah during her
darkest hours at the orphanage. There was nothing safe
about the powerful half-breed who needed her assistance.
Still, the schoolteacher would risk everything--her
reputation, her heart, her life--to save him, for she
recognized a childhood bond had blossomed into a love
strong enough to overcome any challenge.
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"An entertaining reading experience"
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted December 29, 2002
He knew he needed help or he would die, so half-breed David
Walker forces himself to reach Hannah, his friend from the
orphanage. In spite of the wound, David survives the
arduous trek to Purgatory, Texas where he knows the
schoolteacher will nurse him back to health.
Hannah cannot Read more...
"Danger and Passion await him in Hell, but Walker finds Heaven in Purgatory"
Reviewed by Leslie Tramposch
Posted January 11, 2003
It was a real irony that David Walker had spent his
formative years in a town called Purgatory. Of mixed blood,
his life had hung between two worlds, neither of which he
felt he truly belonged to. His father, a wealthy white man,
had used his Indian mother and had Read more...