Born and raised in Sioux country, Katie McCabe, daughter of an Indian trader, found herself alone when her family was killed in battle between the Army and the Indians. Rescued by Black Moon, a fierce Oglala warrior, and brought to live among his people, the love that ignited between these two wild hearts was tested by treachery, abduction, and the tensions between the Sioux and the Army during the tumultuous 1850s. As the Great Plains erupted into war, a headstrong white girl and a proud Lakota warrior fought for their love and the country of their birth in WHERE THE WILD WIND BLOWS.
Now, their story continues…
In 1866, the ever-increasing hostilities between the soldiers and the Sioux plant seeds of uncertainty in Katie’s mind as to where she belongs - the white world into which she was born, or Black Moon’s Lakota world in which she has chosen to live. As tensions intensify over the plains and Black Moon rides with Crazy Horse to rid the Powder River country of the Long Knives, Katie joins a wagon train and embarks on a journey of self-discovery, setting into motion events as turbulent as the restless wind.