Faith Donahey discovers her ancestry in a most peculiar way after an encounter with a rather unpleasant Reservation Cop at the Wounded Knee Memorial. Through a series of dreams, her growing friendship with the man's family and her own ancestor's diary, Faith learns the facts of what happened at Wounded Knee on December 29, 1890.
An accident on the highway, a spiritual intervention, and the truth as they knew it becomes the truth as they will tell their children and grandchildren down through time.
This is their story
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About the Author
Living in the midwest gives me many opportunitites to find things to write about in the Western and Native American genre.
I write from the heart and when someone says they enjoy my books, I am amply rewarded for doing somthing that is a joy to my heart: Writing stories.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I read this book straight through. Could not put it down. John Six Feathers is a hero of many facets. His deference to his parents shows his mature and steady nature, and his love for Faith Donahey eqally so. He is constant in his regard for his people, serious in his need to shield them from harm. The Wounded Knee Massaacre is dealt with in a realistic way by this author, who takes the book way beyond romance and time travel. Mrs. White explores the prequel to the horrible incident with an eye to historical fact that is exacting and honors the Lakota who died there. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves history and wants truth in their reading, great character presentation and a terrific plot. Beth Sears
This book grabbed me and held on from the first page to the last. The author knows how to capitvate, and her romance is so delicate and interspersed with the story, you feel like you are floating through a mist of lovely prose. And you are. I will be reading the other books in the series. Absolutely a Must Read! Katherine Compton