Cheyenne Wife by Judith Stacy
(Harlequin Historical)

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ABANDONED, ALONE, PENNILESS

When Lily St. Claire buried her father along the Santa Fe Trail her life of privilege and ease had ended. Her future had loomed ahead of her, empty and unknowable until North Walker—half-Cheyenne and all man—bargained for her with horses and hope for brighter days for his people, his family, his heart!

North Walker personified the rugged frontier that spawned him. Elegant, refined Lily St. Claire belonged to a different world—but she was perfect for his plan to bring their worlds together. She would teach his sister Eastern manners and then she would be free to go. But in his heart he was beginning to hope that Lily would never leave.

 

About Judith Stacy

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For Judith Stacy, working full-time and taking care of her growing family wasn’t quite enough, and writing soon became her passion! Story ideas come to Judith in a variety of ways at any time, the most alarming being when she's driving. She's also got ideas while waking from a nap, but is having trouble convincing her family these are serious plotting sessions! Judith loves to hear from her readers and can be contacted via her website at: www.judithstacy.com
 
Published April 16, 2012 by Harlequin Historical. 304 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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