Dreamcatcher by Bobbie Russell

Total-e-Bound Publishing

Cowboys & Western/Historical

ISBN: 978-1-906328-00-9

Reviewed by Ley



Shot and left for dead along with her stagecoach driver, Willow was saved and brought back to live amongst the Blackfoot people. The soon to be chief of the people, Thunder Bow, knew the white woman could not stay amongst his people much longer.  He couldnít risk the chance of war if her presence was found on the reservation, drawing the wrong conclusion of how she came to be there.  Also he could not guarantee her safety from his brother who was determined to possess her. Thunder Bow calls upon his friend and blood brother Garrison York to help Willow find her family, not a simple task being that Willow is suffering from amnesia.

The last thing Garrison wants is to travel the rough terrain with this tiny fragile woman, but his friendship with Thunder Bow is based on honor and he cannot deny the man who saved his life once. Willow didnít want to leave with this stranger either, she trusted Thunder Bow, but she knew if she stayed he would not be able to stop Two Eagles from doing her harm.  Although, their reasons for agreeing to their journey were different the strong physical attraction they felt toward one another was the same.

Dreamcatcher reminded me of the old west movies I would watch as a kid. Bobbie Russell wrote a wonderful tale of living on the wild frontier. It had deceitful backstabbing, conniving women, lust-driven, money-hungry, cowardly men and a hero and heroine with a wonderfully strong attraction to each other. Garrison and Willow were great together, their sexual attraction simmered between them until it burned out of control. There is a build up to their first time together, but it is so worth the wait. The twists and turns, excitement and intrigue, plus the fantastic supporting characters made Dreamcatcher a very enjoyable read for me.


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