It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife. A screaming comes across the sky. Lolita, light of my life, fire of my loins.
Before I requested this book on NetGalleyI had an internal debate. Miss Independence Taylor is a miss of undetermined age headed from St.
Louis to the Arizonia territory to meet up with her estranged father, a colonel in the army. She thinks braving the horrors of stagecoach travel and an army escort in order to make a home for her father will mend their fences.
The nice captain in charge of the escort gives Indy a pistol to not only help defend herself, but to also leave one bullet in the chamber for herself so she does not suffer the fate of Apache captives.
In the course of aiding the soldiers, she does shoot at several of the Indians firing arrows at them but before she can kill herself, one man jumps on the wagon which had careened out of control and takes the pistol away from her, simultaneously putting his hands all over her.
Fearing rape, she passes out from a head wound only to wake up among the recuperating remaining soldiers from her escort to discover that this man is actually an Apache scout known as Shatto, who actually rescued her by counterattacking a force from another group which appeared bent on killing them.
Indy later finds out that, rather than the inscrutable Apache warrior she believes him to be, Shatto is actually Major Jim Garrity, a former soldier tried for murder during the Civil War and sentenced to death before escaping. Naturally the charges against him are false and he has made another life for himself as a close friend of a group of Apache.
Really coincidentally, he is best friend from his time in West Point with the captain who helped save Indy. This immediately felt unlikely to me.
Still from the movie Fort Apache director John Ford Much of the interaction with the various Apache characters raised my hackles. What really set off my creep-o-meter was how Jim had no problem getting all riled up staring at Indy through her bedroom window after she was unwell stalker, much?
He is surrounded by an unexplained wind and then tells the surviving warrior, the son of the chief, to beware because he has absorbed his wind.
And this is what makes him a great warrior, rather than practice, practice, practice? The ending was horrendous.
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