Comanche Captive by Mary J Clendenin, Mary Joe Clendenin
In 1844 Juana Cavasos was carried off into three years of captivity. The aristocratic young woman, used to a life of wealth, was suddenly thrust into a primitive existence on the harsh Texas plains. With only her indomitable courage and fortitude to sustain her, she managed to meld into the tribe's environment but always kept one thought in her mind. "Someday, someway I will return to my people."