Legend of the Lost by William Wayne Dicksion

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Legend of the Lost was inspired by a seventh century legend, told by Catholic monks during the Moors' war with Spain, about the "Seven Cities of Cibola," the fabled cities of gold. Legend of the Lost is a story boldly told, of a boy and girl whose innocence was lost to time and misfortune--possibly caused by the curse of the "Ancient Ones"? The boy and girl grow to adulthood and fall in love. They find gold and then adversity befalls them. At the age of sixteen, the young woman is raped by two wandering men, and her life is forever changed. Her caring companion tries to save her from self-destruction, but the quality of their love is severely tested as they struggle to find happiness. A cruel double standard exists, and hopefully this novel will help to show that things are seldom what they seem.

About William Wayne Dicksion

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William Wayne "Bill" Dicksion was born in Wewoka, OK, the descendant of pioneers of the early American West. He grew up steeped in the lore of their adventures. Writing is his way of sharing the stories he remembers and loves. Bill has traveled extensively and is educated in science and literature. He and his wife live in Hawaii.
Published April 20, 2011 by Createspace. 332 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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Cindy and Alex are childhood companions destined to be lovers, but their discovery in a pond at the base of a waterfall may change their lives forever.

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