Oregon Trail, 1856
Jessica Jones is excited at the prospect of journeying west with her brothers—until she learns unmarried women are forbidden on the trip. Refusing to be left behind, she disguises herself as Jessie, the fourth and youngest Jones brother. Working as a man isn’t the hard part—the challenge is hiding the womanly passion building within her, passion for the infuriating but intriguing wagon master White Wolf….
White Wolf is a man caught between two worlds. Raised among his father’s people, educated by his mother’s, he travels the land in search of his own path. He knows from experience the trouble a single woman can cause on the trail but when he discovers the truth about Jessie, it’s too late to send her back—and too late to fight the sensual attraction he feels to the green-eyed beauty. But until he knows his destiny, he cannot ask her to stand at his side….
“This one has it all — great characters, history, humor, and a heroine who will settle in your heart. Susan Edwards touches the heart and keeps you turning each page.”
— Evelyn Rogers, Best Selling Author of the Texas Empires Series
Jessica Jones knew that the trip to Oregon would be hard , but she would not let her brothers leave her behind, despite White Wolf’s rule against single women on his wagon train. Dressed as a boy to carry on a ruse that fooled no one, Jessie could not disguise her attraction to the handsome half-breed wagon master. And when she looked into Wolf’s wild sapphire eyes, and entwined her fingers in his tawny hair, Jessie forgot her masquerade and melted into the circle of his strong arms.
Even though her hoax failed, Wolf knew he could not force Jessie to leave. But he had been burned before by a woman on the Oregon Trail, and he wasn’t about to set himself up for a second heartbreak with a beauty whose deep green eyes just screamed trouble. Yet in spite of his vigilance, Wolf found himself enraptured by the young girl with the tousled ebony curls. And when he drew her close, and glimpsed the depths of passion pooled in her emerald eyes, he longed to be her…WHITE WOLF.
“Susan Edwards touches the heart and keeps you turning each page.”
— Evelyn Rogers, Best-selling author of the Texas Empires Series
“White Wolf is a captivating tale of passion and romance along the Oregon Trail.”
— Candace McCarthy, Author of White Bear’s Woman
“Susan Edwards delivers everything a western romance reader craves.”
— Romantic Times, Rating 4 (excellent)
“Reading WHITE WOLF is like being caught up in a stampede — it’s fast and exciting. The setting is an ever changing panorama of scenes and characters. The protagonists provide continuous conflict as the heroine struggles to keep her independence and the hero fights to tame her. Ms. Edwards is excellent at developing character — even the secondary ones mature and grow. Ms. Edward’s words flow like vivid watercolors across the pages. Her style is smooth, rhythmic, and easy to read. WHITE WOLF is a book I’ll enjoy reading again and again.”
— MT, Rendezvous
“Susan Edwards has given us a wonderful story of adventure and romance in the 1850’s in “White Wolf”. You will enjoy “White Wolf”. It will have you laughing and crying as you embark on the journey west with Jessie, White Wolf, and the members of their wagon train family. It is exciting, romantic, and definitely a “keeper”.”
— Writers Club Romance Group on AOL Reviewer Board
“If you like your heroines feisty, you’ll love Jessie Jones, the heroine in Susan Edwards’ new paperback romance White Wolf… Edwards has created a heartwarming story with plenty of surprises. In capturing each others’ hearts, the hero and heroine will capture yours. Put this on your must read list!”
— Elaine DeMicco, CompuServe Romance Reviews
“Compelling story…very well written book by Susan Edwards, an author who readily joins the pantheon of chroniclers of the Westward expansion. Highly recommended.”
— Vicki Badic, Calico Trails
“Hop on your plush horse (your couch) and enjoy this romantic western. Susan Edwards has created a spitfire heroine…”
— Affaire de Coeur
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