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RIDE THE WIND: Love for the magnificent Appaloosa horse, a breed once cherished by the proud Nez Perce, brings together two scarred people who have every reason to hate each other: rancher's daughter, Maggie Sterling, a woman forever damaged by the Indian conflict, and Joe Hart, a man with a hidden past that threatens to destroy his future...
Joe's quest to reclaim the land and horses which once belonged to his people, takes him from a bleak reservation in Kansas to breathtaking Idaho--and into Maggie's carefully planned life. Though she is promised to another man and still suffers from what renegade Indians did to her family, Maggie cannot resist her attraction to this striking stranger whose secret Nez Perce name is Heart-of-the-Stallion...
RIDE THE WIND takes the reader back to the 1890s, after the defeat of the Nez Perce Indians. The U.S. Army has slaughtered entire herds of the beautiful spotted horses that represent the soul and spirit of the Nez Perce nation. Can the breed survive the lingering hatred and vengeance of the conquerors toward the conquered?... And can two kindred spirits overcome years of bitter conflict and find love and healing in forbidden passion?
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