Dorchester Publishing, 1990 - 476 pages
Captured by a party of Cheyenne while traveling through Colorado, Tanya Martin refuses to let her proud spirit be broken or her voluptuous body abused. But Tanya does not anticipate her reaction to the brave who claims her and she's soon overcome by a passion she cannot resist. Reissue.
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Adam Savage Adam's arms asked baby Black Kettle body brave breast camp captor chest Cheyenne Cheyenne language Chief Black Kettle child cougar cradleboard Custer dark eyes daughter Dog Soldiers dress Edward Elizabeth face father feel felt fingers gaze girl golden eyes grinned hair hands head heart horse Hunter and Mark husband Indian Jeffrey Jeffrey's Jeremy Judge Kerr Julie Justin Kettle's kiss knew laughed Lieutenant lips Little Wildcat lodge lodge pole look married Martin Melissa Melissa Anderson mother mouth never night once Panther Pueblo Rachel ranch returned Roberto Sand Creek Massacre Sarah shook shoulder Shy Deer sighed smile softly Southern Cheyenne Suellen Sun Dance sure Tanya took tears tell things thought tipi told tongue tribe trying turned Ugly Otter voice wagon train wait Walks-Like-A-Duck warriors watched wedding wife Winter Bear woman women wondered words young