Granted, the mystery of the rapidly changing name, Night Hawk to Running Hawk and back to Night Hawk again was disconcerting, but I can forgive a few mistakes. Obviously, Ms. Edwards was toying with both names and forgot which one she ultimately chose for a few pages at first. On the whole, I thought the romance was believable, but at times I felt Running Hawk's expectations were all over the place. One minute he wants her to be happy with her real father, and wear nice clothes and take advantage of all the comforts money can offer, and convinces her of it even when she resists. And then later he condemns her for it and even was going to leave her behind when he decided to return to the Comanche because he felt she was TOO attached to money! I found that hard to stomach. But, when she almost gets killed by trying to follow him anyway, he realizes how foolish he was and they reunite. Still, this see-saw was a bit silly. I wanted to shake him more than one and yell, 'make up your mind, what do you want her to be!?' Still, ultimately, their romance was sweet and faithful, and I enjoyed it. A marginal thumbs up.