In the wilds of 1856 Wyoming, the daughter of a white landowner and a slave woman escapes the harsh existence forced on her by her father, who treats her as a slave despite her fair skin. When her horse goes lame, she steals one from a nearby Crow Indian village, only to be caught by its owner, the proud Lone Eagle. But the warrior's anger quickly turns to passion for this willful woman, and her own desire for escape and freedom turns into something else entirely....
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This is the second book that I have read of Cassie Edwards, I feel that the characters again fall to fast in love. I couldn¿t read past the part where Red Moon insulted White Bead, only a child would retaliate in such a way. Again I put the book down. I won¿t be reading another of this authors work.
this was the first book i read of cassie edwards and i loved it i got really involved with the characters i actualy felt sad and shocked at some parts i recomend this book to all young readers i even have my friends reading it.