Gray Hawk's Lady
Lady Genevieve sets out for the Blackfoot territory while her father has taken ill while researching American Indian tribes. Her father is in St. Louis and to keep their family honor and monies he must have this tribe represented and finish the book very soon. Genevieve hires two trappers to procure her an Indian. It is not until they are about to set sail on the steamship again to St. Louis that she find the man they procured was kidnapped.
But she ... Lone Arrow's Pride
Avon, Jul 2002, 5.99, 384 pp.
In 1866 in the Montana Territory, eleven years old Carolyn White watches her family and the other wagon train travelers die from cholera. Frightened, Carolyn feels hopeless until the “whirlwind” gently guides her to sixteen-year-old Crow, Lone Arrow. He saves her life from a bear by forcing her to enter a cavern filled with forbidden treasure. He warns her to take none of the artifacts as a curse ... Soaring Eagle's Embrace
Avon, Jul 2003, 5.99, 384 pp.
In 1895, Kali Wallace and her father come to Montana to photograph Indians. However, the local tribe seems uninterested in posing though one warrior Soaring Eagle goes so far as to scorn the two whites. However, as Soaring Eagle becomes better acquainted with the idealistic naďve Kali, he finds to his disbelief he is quite attracted to her.
As they sleep apart, Soaring Eagle and Kali share the s... The Princess and the Wolf
Avon, May 2004, 5.99, 384 pp.
In 1824 Germany, Princess Sierra, Prince Alathom, and adopted American Indian Prince High Wolf plan to flee to Scotland. Sierra and High Wolf are in love and plan to marry while Alathom just wants his freedom from state responsibilities including marrying the princess. However, the escape fails with Sierra stopped by her father, who plans to see her politically married to Alathom of the neighboring...
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