The Princess and the Wolf by Karen Kay

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Warriors and trailblazers, the scouts of the great tribes were revered men of courage and honor—members of a noble society: The Clan of the Wolf

Two Worlds, One Heart

Married by proxy to a European prince she doesn't love, the princess Sierra will not believe her husband died in far-off America—and crosses an ocean to discover the truth. But the determined royal lady will need a scout in this wild new land, and she must put her mission and her life in the hands of High Wolf, the proud Cheyenne brave she once loved with all her heart…and should rightly have wed.

Years earlier High Wolf learned much as guest in a European court—until a woman's treachery sent him home with his spirit sore but unbroken. Now the regal beauty who deceived him has come to ask his help and his desire is enflamed anew. Honor demands that he lead the princess on her journey. But every moment in her company is rekindling a passion that must not be. And surrendering to a forbidden love could be the gravest peril that lies before them.


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 June 5, 2012 by Avon. 384 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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