Catch a Wild Heart
Tremaynes of Apache Wells - Book Two
Tremaynes of Apache Wells, #2
“Vaughan charts the passage between girl and woman with an authority and delicacy few Western romance writers can match. Keturah’s heart and mind blossom like a rose unfurling one petal at a time.” —CRESCENT BLUES BOOK VIEWS
Keturah “Ket” Tremayne belongs nowhere, to no one. Born of an Apache mother and “white-eyes” father, Ket is an outcast in both worlds. She has erected a wall around her heart, a wall of hatred for all whites, especially the soldiers at Fort Davis…and her stepmother, Sabrina.
Now Ket goes into the mountains to rescue her half-brother and his friend from Comancheros. Along with the boys, she rescues a greenhorn surveyor named Blake. His gibberish confounds her, but his compassion draws her near…and her sense of self-preservation pushes him away.
Meanwhile, Blake has his hands full surveying a rail line while avoiding renegade Apaches…except for the half-Apache girl who is the most astonishing, bewildering, and wonderful woman he has ever met. Even when it’s snowing outside his blood boils just thinking about her. Keturah Tremayne considers herself an outcast, wanted by no one, but Blake knows better, and if it takes the rest of his life, he will tear down the wall she has erected around her heart and set her free.