Dan Gentry's military career lies trampled in the dust beside the arrow-pierced bodies of the men who served under him. Deliberately cloaking a dead lieutenant's foolhardiness with his own silence, Dan is court-martialled. An outcast, he finds Faith Tipton, wounded and unconscious, the sole survivor of an Apache raid, and saves her life. In love with Faith, but with nothing to offer her, all Dan can do is to protect her from people like ruthless Caleb Ash -- and in so doing, the ex-soldier becomes both the hunter and the hunted ...
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