Love all of the Montana Maverick Series of books and this one was no exception.
To help those in need was the highest virture to the Arapaho soul, and Black Sun ever honored the ways of his people. He could not turn away from a woman in need, pregnant, alone and barely alive. No, not even if the woman was white. He would help Charity Bennett bring her child into the world her in Thunder Canyon, the sacred site where, legend told, springtime was born, though it broke tribal taboos and resurrected his nightmare past.
Still her grit and courage, along with her love for her infant daughter, showed Black Sun that here was a worthy woman-- yet one forever out of his reach!
Good story, another by Lane. Good Montana Mavericks read.
A very good and quick read..she was married not by choice to an older Preacher man- on the west and the Indians attack killing all but Charity and her unborn baby..she is helped by another Indian from a tribe that will not turn it's back on her and she finds love and peace in their ways-things that she never found in her world.
A very interesting book.Part of the Montana Mavericks Series.