Walk in Love by Margot Dolgin

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"1844-Belle Bradbury, a thirty-three year old widow and her two grown daughters, Iris and Heather reluctantly brave The Horn to arrive in Yerba Buena (San Francisco) a Mexican hamlet.

Johnny Bradbury, (the girl's uncle) now Don Ricardo, introduces them to the resplendent life and love afforded him by marrying a daughter of the country.

The California Missions have been secularized. The Mission Indians are scattered. WALK IN LOVE also relates the poignant story of Meguel Pedro, an Ohlone Indian and his beautiful blue-eyed mestiza daughter, Estrellita.

The Bradbury women experience love and passion in a California that has little restraint on their provincial New England life style. There is romance, adventure and a thread of mystery that drastically alters all their lives."

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Published January 11, 2001 by iUniverse. 300 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Romance, History, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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