He had promised to protect the berautiful white woman.
but a Blackfoot warrior must never raise a hand against his own brothers, even if they mean to harm and disgrace a helpless captive. There was only one thing a man of honor like Night Thunder could do:claim Rebecca Cothern as his wife.
From Literary Times
White Thunder promised to protect Rebecca Cothern, a white woman, but what choice does he have when one of his own attempts revenge on her? He proclaims her as his wife and to prove they love each other, he embraces her and she kisses him publicly for all of his people to see. The revenge attempt is halted for now and desire explodes between Rebecca and White Thunder. Rebecca is torn between returning to the safety of the fort or staying with White Thunder. Though she loves him, he has been promised to another since childhood, and what of her life and her future? She has always dreamed of attending a ball and she never thought she would have to share her husband with another woman. Will she give up the man she loves and return to her former life? Or embrace the Indian lifestyle and all its traditions? I liked and disliked this book because of Rebecca. While White Thunder never wavers about his feelings towards Rebecca, she teeters between a ball . . . and White Thunder. That made her shallow, yet I admire her for sticking to her belief about not sharing her husband. Fans of Karen Kay will rejoice in her latest romance in the Blackfoot series! Night Thunder's Bride is sure to please the most discriminating of her loyal fans! Thorough research, talented writing and strong characters make Ms. Kay's newest romance authentic! Gloria Miller -- Copyright © 1999 Literary Times, Inc. All rights reserved