Slocum and the Woman Sold to the Commanche

Slocum and the Woman Sold to the Commanche

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Penguin Putnam
Slocum learns firsthand that hell hath no fury like a woman scorned...

Playing cards with a whiskey trader in the wilds of Texas, John Slocum wins a white woman in a bet. Until recently she was a captive of the Comanche, used and abused like nobody’s business and traumatized into silence. But after a little kindness on Slocum’s part, she expresses her gratitude with a physical enthusiasm that’s louder than words.
 
Her name is Juliana, and it turns out she’s a victim of her husband’s greed. Job Toby had his wife abducted, hoping she’d be declared dead so he could inherit her cattle ranch. Now, Job knows Juliana is alive and plans to end his marriage once and for all—unaware of just how far Slocum is willing to go to protect her assets…


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Baker & Taylor
When John Slocum wins a white woman named Juliana, who was a Comanche captive, in a bet, he discovers that she is a victim of her husband's greed and must keep her safe when her husband, discovering that she is alive, wants to end their marriage permanently. Original.

Publisher: New York : Jove Books, c2010
ISBN: 9780515147643
Branch Call Number: PB WESTERN LOG
Characteristics: 185 p. ;,18 cm.

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