Adaline Kelly was fourteen years old when her family's covered wagon overturned near Poplar Bluff, Missouri, killing everyone but her. Alone in a vast prairie, Adaline soon stumbles upon a Band of Cherokee Indians who are being forcibly removed from their home in North Georgia. She is taken in by the Tribe's Medicine Woman and Adaline quickly adapts to the ways of her adopted people as she walks "The Trail" with them to Oklahoma. Two men vie for Adaline's hand, Balik, the handsome grandson of the Chief and later, John Hill, a fur trader from back east. Adaline chooses one, but her husband has a secret to keep and diabolical means to retain it. She tells her story in first person with wit, love, anguish and victory from her beginnings in Gainesville, Georgia to her final destiny, On the Bluffs of Cane Creek.
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This is Rachel Rain's debut novel. She is a Postmaster at a small rural post office in North Georgia and is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree at The University of Montana. Her next historical fiction novel, ASHES OF RICHMOND, will be released in October 2014. Follow Rachel Rain at: Website: www.rachelrainmartin.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/rachelrainmartin2013 Twitter: @RachrainmartinAbout the Author:
This is Rachel Rain's debut novel. She is a postmaster of a small rural post office in North Georgia and writes in her spare time. Her second novel, currently untitled, will be released in 2014. Visit the author's website at www.rachelrainmartin.com
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