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- Print Length: 352 pages
- Publisher: Ten Talents Press; 1 edition (28 Mar. 2013)
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00C3NU1SS
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By: Maureen McKade
Please note: This is a historical romance and at the time racism was towards Native Americans was unfortunately the norm, which was manifested blatantly and openly via words and actions.
Emma Hartwell has been rescued from living with a band of the Lakota Sioux for the last seven years; during a massacre by Army soldiers. But instead of feeling relieved, she is heartbroken. She has kept the secrets of the life she led while with the Indians. She had been married to a great warrior and had given birth to a son, before she became a widow a couple of years before. She doesn’t yet know the fate of her son, whether he or any of the people in her band survived. Now, being back at her parents’ home, she has become an outcast and is being shunned by the town folk who look down on her because she lived with the Indians, was most likely had been ‘tarnished by them’ and is now being called a “squaw woman.” Even her parents treat her differently, with plans to send her away to an aunt’s house to avoid gossip and to give her a chance at starting over. When she learns of this, she steals away in the night to find what remains of her adoptive tribe and to reclaim her son Chayton, if he is still alive.
Ridge Madoc is an ex-Army scout who is returning back to his childhood home to settle down and take over the ranch that used to be his father’s. However, there isn’t much to come back to since his step-dad sold most of it a little at a time for a little bit of nothing to John Hartwell, a neighboring rancher with a very large spread. John has no use for Ridge and even refused him a job on his ranch, but when Emma goes missing, he knows that Ridge’s skills as a tracker and scout can bring his daughter back. So he hires Ridge to go get his daughter and bring her home. For a chance to earn a large sum of money and some of his land back, he accepts the job. But it isn’t as easy of a job as he first assumed, because Emma has learned things about how to track and how to hide her own while living with the Indians.
After catching up with her, she refuses to go back until she finds her tribe, then she will go home willingly and pay him double. They share good times, trials, sex, and begin to develop feelings for one another. Once they reach the Indian camp, Ridge is mad about the secret she kept from him, but they spend time there and Emma is left with the gut wrenching decision of keeping Chayton with her and subjecting him to a lifetime of abusive bigotry and hatred or leave him with her adoptive Sioux parents and tear her own heart out in doing so.
When they return home, they miss each other immensely, but Emma won’t pursue anything with Ridge because then he will become an outcast by association. But love isn’t always a conscious decision to be made and can cross many boundaries. This is a MUST READ for any historical romance reader, and it does contain some steamy scenes that are just so right!
A woman shunned for her time living with the Lakota & an illiterate man barely tolerated because of white trash parents+step dad & the job of his brash youth. Both were underestimated & undervalued. Together they find acceptance, tackle insurmountable problems and get results.
I love the characters, enjoyed their playfulness, felt the rage & morning. It was interesting contrast two cultures perspective on difference.
Looking for more adventures with this author.