Catalyst

Author: Amanda Uechi Ronan

ISBN 978-1-62137-794-8 (softcover)

ISBN 978-1-62137-795-5 (eBook)

444 Pages

 

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BOOK DESCRIPTION

Loyalty and Friendship define Hannah Anders, an uncommon young woman fighting for freedom and family. A skilled warrior trained by the Comanche, Hannah's journey begins in October 1835, when the stirrings of revolution are first heard in the Mexican territory called Texas. She follows her mentor, James Bowie, into battle with hopes of finding her first love, Morgan. Surprises wait around every corner though, for it is Will Redding, a young volunteer from New York, who just may lay claim to her heart first. "Catalyst", the first book in the Hannah Anders trilogy, shows the beginning of the Texas revolution up to the siege of San Antonio de Bexar in December 1835. These events eventually lead to one of the greatest American legends and tragedies: the fall of the Alamo. From the perspectives of Hannah, Will, and Morgan, readers will meet historical heroes such as James Bowie, David Crockett, Sam Houston and Stephen F. Austin all while witnessing the birth of Texas.

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Born in New Mexico but raised as a Texan, Amanda lives north of Houston with her family. Her true passion lies on the polo field, where she spends as much time in the irons as possible. Her love for all things equine led to a staff writer position at www.horsenation.com. She also contributes to www.thats-normal.com.
Find her on Twitter @u_ronan and Instagram @horsenista.



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