Shawnee Bride by Elizabeth Lane
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English Heart, Shawnee Soul

Wolf Heart had long since accepted his path in life. Born of one world, raised in another, he'd known the pain and loneliness of being different for as long as he could remember. Until he discovered Clarissa Rogers fighting for survival in a savage land and claimed her for his bride.

Torn from a life of comfort, Clarissa had braved the brutal gauntlet and won the right to live among her captors as an equal. But the future was up to her. Would she choose to return to a world of privilege or embrace the freedom of her new life—and accept the love of the warrior who had claimed her heart…?


About Elizabeth Lane

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Elizabeth Lane has worked as a teacher and as a proofreader before beginning a career as an educational software designer. The job included writing children’s stories. Many of the children’s books she wrote are still in print. In the late 1970s, she decided to try a novel. Her first was published in 1980 and after publishing five more novels and ghost-writing two others, she sold a proposal to Harlequin’s then-new historical line. Elizabeth now writes full time.
Published July 15, 2011 by Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Historicals 90s. 296 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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But in Shawnee Bride, I am supposed to accept a heroine who is an adult, and who has been raised in relative comfort yet chooses to turn her back on her family, her heritage, her entire world view, who has to learn a totally different language (and Indian languages are extremely complex), adapt t...

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