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Kidnapped by Indians ten years ago at the age of seven, Teressa Bryant has no memory of her parents or her life in San Francisco. Known as Winter Rain by the Lakota, she is on the verge of marrying a Lakota warrior when a handsome stranger rides into the village.
Half-breed Chance McCloud, known as Wolf Shadow among the Lakota, has been hired by Teressa's parents to rescue their daughter from the Indians. The attraction between Chance and Teressa can't be denied and soon he's torn between his need for the reward offered by Teressa's parents, and his need for Teressa.
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Madeline Baker started writing simply for the fun of it. Now she is the award-winning author of more than thirty historical romance books and one of the most popular writers of Native American romance. She lives in California, where she was born and raised.From Booklist:
Baker's thirty-seventh book will delight her legions of readers. After the stage she is riding in with her wealthy parents is attacked by Lakota warriors, seven-year-old Teressa Bryant is adopted by a Lakota couple and becomes Winter Rain, eventually forgetting her white family. Ten years later, Chance McCloud, the son of a white rancher and a Lakota mother, is desperately in need of money to keep his late father's ranch from foreclosure, so he accepts the Bryants' generous pay to recover their daughter. Chance, also known as Wolf Shadow, has always refused to fall in love because of his need to avenge his mother's murder, but when he meets Winter Rain, he remembers his mother's wishes for him to be happy. The two brave a torturous trail to be together, surviving capture by the Crow after a deadly attack, imprisonment, and Teressa's return to San Francisco society. Baker's depiction of Native Americans is respectful, and her Old West setting rings true. Diana Tixier Herald
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Book Description Cerridwen Press, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111419958453
Book Description Cerridwen Press, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1419958453
Book Description Cerridwen Press, 2009. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1419958453