She's searching for acceptance. He's hiding from the past. Can they find a safe haven together?
Creek-Seminole Indian, Summer West just wants to become a teacher, but it’s not easy to overcome the prejudices of white settlers. When Summer is attacked during the Oklahoma land rush melee, a handsome Potawatomie outlaw rescues her from danger.
On the run from the law and a gang of bandits he conned out of their loot, Wild Eagle confronts a past haunted by mistakes and poor decisions. Determined to reclaim his honorable heritage, he vows to make things right. Inspired by Summer’s strength and character, he must succeed in order to earn the young woman’s love and trust.
Summer finds sanctuary in Wild Eagle’s embrace, but when the outlaw’s past transgressions come to light, their new life together is threatened. Can he repair his past enough to keep her love?
Lois Chilton on GoodReads wrote:
Normally as a guy I am not into romance novels. But Heidi is an amazing authoress that weaves a tale of history and romance among memorable characters. The only complaint I have is after I finish one of her novels, I want to immediately reach for a sequel!
I loved it. Great characters. Great read. Enjoyed learning more of Native American history.