When Andrea Sanders moves to the hills of Georgia, she’s terrified to discover she lives next door to the Cherokee. But when she first see the muscular, handsome warrior Adam, she is even more afraid of the turbulent passions he arouses in her.
When the proud Cherokee warrior Adam finds himself falling love with a white woman, he vows their clash of cultures will not keep him from her. Andrea Sanders wins his heart, but their utter devotion to each other is tested beyond endurance when the betrayal of a Nation tears apart the Cherokee and forces them into a march to a new land.
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About the Author
Award-winning novelist Rosanne Bittner is known for the thrilling romance and historical authenticity in her books. Her stories are set in the American West of the 1800’s, spanning from Missouri to California, and from Canada to Mexico. Rosanne travels to each location for extensive research, always using real locations and events in her novels. She lives in Michigan.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I have really liked most of the books, Mrs. Bittiner, has written. This one, I think different angle. Too many directions. For me. Not one of my favorites. Some parts of book read and fit very easy, some are confusing and almost need to keep notes. If, you are reading this, Mrs. Bittiner, is an incredible writter. This one somehow missed the mark for me.