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Moonfeather
     

Moonfeather

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by Judith E. French
 

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Trial By Fire. . .

Moonfeather had seen her Shawnee people execute a man by fire before. When she discovers a captive Englishman about to suffer the same fate, she does not intend to see it again. Even an enemy deserves a warrior's death. Her only choice is a brazen one: to claim the reckless man to be her husband.

And Desire. .

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Trial By Fire. . .

Moonfeather had seen her Shawnee people execute a man by fire before. When she discovers a captive Englishman about to suffer the same fate, she does not intend to see it again. Even an enemy deserves a warrior's death. Her only choice is a brazen one: to claim the reckless man to be her husband.

And Desire. . .

Viscount Brandon may have been spared a cruel death, but the son of a Scottish earl now endured a different torment. For despite their intimate quarters, the wildly beautiful Moonfeather has no intention of consummating their marriage. Yet the two cannot help but grow closer. And as Brandon discovers that he and Leah Moonfeather Stewart have far more in common than their intense attraction, he is determined to bring her to England as his wife. But in the face of more treachery, Moonfeather may have to save the day once more. . .

106,515 Words

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ISBN-13:
9781601830890
Publisher:
Kensington
Publication date:
06/20/2013
Series:
Indian Moon , #1
Sold by:
Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
281
Sales rank:
607,668
File size:
1 MB

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Moonfeather 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
jdh2690 3 months ago
Brandon is the heir of an Earl in England and in charge of a tobacco plantation in Maryland. He is captured by a Shawnee tribe as an enemy to be burned at the stake but is rescued by the half-Scottish half-Shawnee maiden, Moonfeather, as she is the “peace woman” of the tribe and cannot condone burning at the stake. She claims Brandon as her husband in order to save his life. Thus began a strange courtship between the two and a conflict as well because Brandon wants to go back to his plantation and Moonfeather desires to remain with the Shawnee to be near her son from a prior marriage. There is further trouble from a disgruntled Shawnee warrior who wants Moonfeather as his wife and his attack on Brandon causes her and Brandon to leave the village to escape to Maryland. The rest of the tale involves a journey to England, treacherous relatives who want to end Brandon’s life, and Moonfeather’s escape to go back to America. It is a thrilling tale filled with intrigue, danger, adventure and romance!