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An artist and a woman of unbridled dreams, Mackenzie Daniels had never desired anything more than her freedom. Then she arrived at Fort Belvadere and met "Fire Dancer", a Shawnee prince. His tribe had been swept into the battle of France and Britain for land--land that had once belonged to his people. Soon, the independent artist and the proud warrior were locked in their own battle of wills.
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1997 Mass-market paperback New. Mass market (rack) paperback. Glued binding. 320 p. Zebra Historical Romance. Audience: General/trade. UNCORRECTED PROOF COPY

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Overview

An artist and a woman of unbridled dreams, Mackenzie Daniels had never desired anything more than her freedom. Then she arrived at Fort Belvadere and met "Fire Dancer", a Shawnee prince. His tribe had been swept into the battle of France and Britain for land--land that had once belonged to his people. Soon, the independent artist and the proud warrior were locked in their own battle of wills.
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This tender, sensitive, clash-of-cultures love story set during French and Indian wars in Penn's Colony, circa 1759, is a change from the usual Indian romance. Aspiring artist Mackenzie Daniels accompanies her trader father to Fort Belvadere for the opportunity to paint the French, Indian and British participants in peace talks. Mackenzie falls headlong in love with handsome, virile, Shawnee prince Fire Dancer, who takes her to his village for safety when the fort is attacked. She's torn by her feelings for him, a growing appreciation for Indian life, the loss of family and friends, and the menacing presence of a renegade Shawnee, Okonsa. Faulkner (To Love a Dark Stranger) presents a fast-paced, sensual story that'll appeal to historical romance fans who want something deeper. (Nov.)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780821757826
  • Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
  • Publication date: 11/1/1997
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 352
  • Product dimensions: 4.20 (w) x 6.86 (h) x 0.95 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 2, 2004

    Seesaw love affair

    This is a seesaw lover affair between Mackenzie and Fire Dancer. First Mackenzie's father arrests Fire Dancer thinking that Fire Dancer killed another Indian, then Mackenzie tries to stand up for Fire Dancer. He later kidnaps her after finding his portrait, Mackenzie gives herself to Fire Dancer sexually, then turns around and marries him. Mackenzie runs away from Fire Dancer thinking he is responsible for the attack on the fort, and later goes back to Fire Dancer, realizing how much she loves him. She can't seem to make up her mind. There is no consistency here in this 'love story'.

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