To Find You Again

To Find You Again

by Maureen McKade

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BN ID: 2940016490403
Publisher: Ten Talents Press
Publication date: 04/18/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 650,334
File size: 384 KB

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When the military attacked the Lakota village, they rescued captured white woman Emma Hartwell, a prisoner for seven years. However, her return is not filled with joy as everyone including her family except her sister treats her like a pariah. She concludes that her only sin was choosing to live even if it was amongst the Sioux........................................... Her parents decide to send Emma to live with widowed aunt in St. Paul, but instead she leaves at night by herself seeking to learn if her son Chayton survived the massacre. Her father John hires former scout Ridge Madoc to bring his daughter home. Ridge realizes that Emma is more a ¿Squaw Woman¿ than she is a white as she makes the trail hard to follow. As they begin to travel together, they fall in love; however, she refuses to believe that he does not care one iota about her Indian experience. All he wants besides her is to help her raise Chayton ............................... This entertaining historical romance highlights the problems faced by a white woman coming home after years living with an Indian tribe. The story line is character driven as Emma makes the plot work with her resolve to find her son although that will paint her as even more of an exile amongst family and friends. Ridge is a terrific person whose resignation as a scout due to military atrocities is a value that the military including the Commander-in-Chief should encourage as much as loyalty. Though John¿s turn around seems to quick and fast, fans of Americana romances will appreciate this wonderful tale............................... Harriet Klausner