Signet, Nov 2001, 6.99, 336 pp.
In 1853, the Chippewa exile his mother, pregnant with the child of a warrior who is not her husband. With his father dead from the ensuing fight of honor, ten-year-old Fire Cloud accompanies his mother as they leave their Minnesota home. In Missouri the Lakota accept Fire Cloud and his family. After meeting a friendly nun, Fire Cloud encounters the Sister's niece eight-year old blond hair Ja... Night Wolf
Signet, Dec 2003, 6.99, 353 pp.
In 1846 Montana Territory, Trader Joe's daughter Marissa McHugh and Cree Chief Night Wolf meet for the first time when he makes some young bucks return stolen potatoes to Father Mulvaney. The two of them are instantly attracted to one another and could easily be in love at first sight. Both know they cannot acquiesce to their feelings. He must marry a Chippewa that will lead to an alliance that w... Racing Moon
Signet, May 2003, 6.99, 352 pp.
In 1857 Irish immigrants Maureen O'Rourke and her parents move to Louisiana where she sells her watercolors and they open a bakery. Her current commission is with wealthy Taylor Clairmont, who covets expanding his holdings by stealing nearby Indian land. The nasty Taylor does not care how he succeeds as long as he owns more. His men set on fire the Chitamacha Rosedown Worship House where an Ind... Savage Courage
Leisure, Feb 2005, 6.99
In the Arizona Territory Colonel George Whaley leads a massacre of the Apaches. One tribesman Storm watches the military slaughter his people and kill his parents. Storm vows to avenge the deaths of his parents and his people at the hands of the soldiers.
Storm sees his opportunity to begin avenging what Whaley did to his family when he abducts half-breed Shosona, the daughter of his enemy. To his sh...
Leisure, Feb 2003, 6.99, 368 pp.
In 1821 Jamestown, Louisiana, Chitamacha Princess Soft Flower now known as Jewel Ratcliffe gives birth to a son Larry. Though she loves her half-breed newborn, she also has a ten month old other son named Troy. The older boy known as Red Feather in her heart comes from her Indian marriage making him a full blood while the new infant comes from her abduction by the Louisiana planter Jon who marri... Savage Hero
Leisure, Aug 2003, 6.99, 366 pp.
Among the soldiers lying dead alongside Custer is Major Lloyd Wilson, who left behind a wife Mary Beth and a five-year-old son David. Mary Beth had come west to inform her spouse that she wanted a divorce, but now feels guilty as she waits at Fort Kitt for word that she can journey back to her Kentucky home.
On the trek east, renegade Indians attack Mary Beth's military escort. They take her ... Savage Hope
Leisure, Aug 2004, 6.99, 372 pp.
In 1880 Bright Arrow, Chief of the Thunderbird Clan of the Makah tribe enjoys his life especially how his people are thriving in the peaceful environs of Washington over ooking the aptly named Pacific though the squaws want him married. His calm falls apart when he sees a blond beauty crossing a frozen covered pond that he doubts can hold a child's weight since the heavy rains have begun melting ... Savage Love
Leisure, Aug 2002, 5.99, 3608 pp.
In 1843, naturalist Daniel Tolliver dies from a fever at Fort Meyers near the Utah-Wyoming border. Daniel and his daughter Dayanara were searching for the “monster bones” at the request of their former employer the Smithsonian Institute. Partially out of honoring her beloved father and just because she is intrigued, Dayanara continues the quest.
Dayanara rescues Little Fox, a white boy raise... Savage Moon
Leisure, Feb 2002, 5.99, 349 pp.
In 1852 Wyoming, eight year old Mitzi "Misshi" Bradley has had plenty of recent sorrow with the death of her mother in childbirth and that of her father from an Indian attack. Left with only a teenage brother to care for her, Misshi is abducted by renegade Chief Bear of the Bannock tribe during a raid of the wagon train that included the two Bradleys.
A decade later, Chief Bear's son S... Savage Splendor
Leisure, Aug 2003, 5.99, 323 pp.
Her parents died when Jeanine was young. Her bossy Uncle Fred Hunter the local sheriff raised her. By 1901, Jeanine was curator of the Duluth Art Museum, did lectures on local in Minnesota art, had books published and owned her own house yet Fred still tried to order her about. Now Jeanine wants to write a book about the Chippewas starting with a visit to the former owner of her house Judith Mc...
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Leisure, Feb 2004, 6.99, 384 pp.
In 1874 Bostonian Yvette Davidson travels west with her father by rail planning to start over in the Wyoming Territory. However, on the trek a savage kills her father and a terrible derailment accident leaves Yvette unconscious. Cheyenne Chieftain Cloud Walker finds and rescues the comatose blond with whom he surprisingly feels an immediate bond.
When Yvette awakens she fears being a prisoner... Silver Feather
Diana is the step-daughter of a corrupt plantation owner, and Silver Feather, a Choctaw Indian, befriends her at a young age. When Silver Feather's tribe is killed, he manages to escape and settle in with another tribe, but at the cost of being separated from his dear friend Diana. Years later, Silver Feather investigates the disappearance of his dead ancestors' bones. He meets a stagecoach driver that is unknowingly transporting trunks full of the bo... Spirit Warrior
Signet, Jun 2002, 6.99 336 pp.
In 1838 Denise Russler, her father, brother, and others travel from St. Louis to the Wyoming Territory where they plan to establish a trading post. Indian Shaman and Chief Spirit Warrior accompanied by some of his braves visit the camp offering friendship. Spirit Warrior and Denise share an instantaneous attraction to one another.
After Spirit Warrior leaves, Mole and his renegade Indians atta... Storm Rider
Signet, Dec 200, 6.99, 352 pp.
In 1837 William and Mildred Daniel accompanied by their five-year old child Tabitha sail on the paddleboat heading to St. Louis on the Missouri River. However, fire breaks out and the adult Daniels die with Tabtiha rescued by the Crow. River Song and Chief Blue Thunder rename Tabitha Talking Rain and raise her with love as if she was from their seed.
Thirteen years later, Assiniboine Chief Sto... Wind Walker
Jun 2004, 6.99, 336 pp.
In 1868, Margaret Ann Toland and her Uncle Patrick persuade her widowed mother to leave Boston to start a new life in the Oregon Territory. However, the trek west is harsh and along the way many die including Maggie's beloved mom. Feeling guilty that her mother is dead while she lives, Maggie has lost her desire for the Pacific though she goes through the motions of doing the right thing amongst the othe...