*****A good looking woman in a good looking position. Long, long black hair, a fine figure and those long, long legs, all stretched out and waiting on the ground. Enough to raise the old Adam in Steele. Except she wasn't offering anything. On account that she wasn't so much stretched out as staked out. Tied and pegged out, waiting, despairing and dirt-streaked, while the two Apache braves who'd captured her satisfied their bellies with a mess of chile beans before turning towards their after dinner bint. Which was when Steele shot them dead. And found himself saddled with a runaway senorita who spoke Spanish, spelled out an interesting proposition and added up to big trouble.*****.
Used availability for George G Gilman's The Runaway
July 1983 : UK Paperback