Captive Trail Review

Book Review: 

Captive Trail by Susan Page Davis is the story of Taabe Waipu, a runaway captive of the Comanche. Taabe was stolen away from her white family as a small child, but has always held on to the dream of escaping and being reunited with her loved ones. Now a woman, a Comanche Chief seeks her hand in marriage. It is now or never for escape. Gravely wounded during her escape she is rescued by Ned Bright a stagecoach driver and nuns of a newly established mission. Ned and the nuns nurse Taabe back to health and search for her family. Taabe is not only in danger of losing her heart to Ned, but the Comanche Chief will not take the jilt lightly and will come for her. Will Taabe have to choose between her newfound freedom and keeping her loved ones safe?
This is the fourth book I have read by Susan Page Davis and I have really enjoyed her work so far. This book is in the Morgan Family Series, but can be read as a standalone. This has all the good ingredients of a good western and was delight to read. This book was very exciting and I enjoyed Taabe’s journey back into her rightful place. I was fascinated by the mission and the school established by the nuns. That historical aspect was very interesting. The love story between Taabe and Ned was very sweet. Definitely Recommend!
This book was provided by the publisher for review.