The Pony Wife

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Jove Books, 1995 - Fiction - 456 pages
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Changes threaten the existence of the tribes living across the American frontier in the mid-1800s. Their survival comes to rest on Dark Moon. She has the power to heal animals, yet she is feared and shunned by her people. Few men dare to love her. But in her tale of tragedy and triumph, hatred and love, she will become a legend and a hero as her tribe's last hope for survival.

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User Review  - LM Ironside - Goodreads

I love a good historical novel set in Native American communities, but it is hard to find novels in this genre that are really well-written. The Pony Wife had its good points -- I enjoyed watching the ... Read full review

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Beverly Bird turned seriously to writing when she was 22. Before that she worked for a newspaper in the advertising department. After being laid off, she decided that it was now or never and Emeralds in the Dark was born, published by Silhouette to launch the Intimate Moments line in 1983. Since then, Beverly has published 20 books with Silhouette as well as several romantic suspense and historical novels.

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