Not as good as some of the other's that I've read by this author. Too many things are too unbelievable or just a little too ridiculous. The villain was a good example.
Without wanting to ruin the story plot for others, let's just say that someone with as little influence as the villain most likely wouldn't BE the villain. (Confusing, I know, but the answer will probably run through your brain at least once and you'll be like "that just doesn't make sense!" And, once I found out who it was, I still thought that it didn't make sense for that character to be the bad guy. Maybe if there would have been more depth on the character, but, there wasn't and just the few statements he made at the end didn't really give it a whole lot of substance.)
If you're looking for the typical romance, where there's misunderstanding and then a happy ending, this ones for you. But, I really can't remember anything in the story that really tugged at the heart strings (even when it should have) due to poor character development.
Estrella is a young descendant of English royalty who is raised by Lakota Indians. One day she found out that she has to return to England to claim her title. Black Bear is the one she loved. How can she leave him and go back to England when she promised him to be his wife? So Black Bear follows Estrella to England, but yet discovered that she has married another... a must story I shall say... :)