Proud Wolf's Woman by Karen Kay

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He rescued her from slavery…now he is captive to desire.

Lakota, Book 3

Stolen from a cruel husband by the savage Kiowa, Julia Wilson’s life has gone from bad to worse. Just when she has reached the end of her endurance, salvation rides into camp. Neeheeowee, a proud Cheyenne brave who once filled her young heart with romantic dreams, has come to save her from everything—except the flames of desire that still burn.

Bitter and intent on vengeance against the man who killed his wife and unborn child, Neeheeowee has no room in his heart for love. His captured ponies and treasured robes were supposed to be traded for Kiowa weapons. Instead, to his annoyance, he must trade everything for his old friend’s life.

Hard as he tries to hang on to his anger at being set off his mission, he cannot deny he yearns for the woman whose gentle, healing presence reminds him that happiness might exist beyond revenge. Her lips tease him with passion he dare not risk, for those who are long dead still haunt him. To take the love she offers risks his honor—perhaps his very life.

This book has been previously published.

Warning: Sensuous lovemaking might bring cause to head West to find your own romance out on the Great Plains.


About Karen Kay

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Karen Kay is praised by reviewers and fans alike for bringing understanding and insight into the everyday facets of the American Indian way of life, she credits that the discovery of her great-great grandmother, who was Choctaw Indian, did much to enhance the richness of her stories. This is Karen Kay's eight title for Avon Books and the second title in the "Legendary Warriors" series. Her earlier titles include Wolf Shadow's Promise in the Legendary Warriors" series; Gray Hawk's Lady, White Eagle's Touch and Night Thunder's Bride in the "Blackfoot Warrior" series; and Lakota Surrender, Lakota Princess, and Proud Wolf's Woman in the "Lakota" series.Says Kay, "With the power and passion of romance, I strive to bring to the reader an awareness of the vital and noble forces that once helped shape the American Indian culture into the powerful agent that it once was, that it still can be today. I firmly believe that through understanding, anything is possible.
Published February 21, 2012 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 299 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Westerns. Fiction

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