"Time travel at its best"
Antonio Whitehorse will do what he needs to, to care for
his people who are starving, and the government wants to
punish them. He has had visions of a red haired woman
coming to him and is surprised when he stumbles across her
laying unconscious, and may not survive the night.
Halle Brooks believes she is dreaming or dead when she
wakes up after an accident to be told by her spirit guide
that she is needed in another time to make a change, and
save a man and his people. When she finds herself sent
back to 1863, Halle begins to believe it was not all a
As Antonio fights the feelings that are growing toward
Halle, he leaves her behind in the care of his mistress.
But when he returns to find that the woman was about to
sell Halle to the highest bidder he takes her with him.
Having her so close and not touch her is a battle that
Antonio is not sure he can win.
The fight ahead of Antonio and Halle is long and
bittersweet. Will they get what they want? Will Halle be
stuck in the past forever?
Ride the Wild Wind is a story that has so much going
for it. The chemistry between Antonio and Halle will make
you laugh, cry and get angry. Your heart will go out to
the Navajo people at the ordeal that they had to go
through. I have not been one for the time travel genre but
I could not stop reading this one until I finished the last
Reviewed by Annette Stone
Posted November 13, 2010