She embraced her freedom
When the stunning Shoshoni maiden Blue Feather was captured by cruel hearted Blackfeet, she prayed for death rather than torture at her enemies' hands. But when a golden-haired white man defied all odds to save her, the grateful beauty hoped for a thousand tomorrows to pay him back. Her towering rescuer was brave, handsome, and sensitive--and even though he seemed to crave independence more than love, the jet-haired nymph resolved that she'd show him loyalty and pleasure he couldn't deny!
He fought his fate
After a fortuneteller predicted that wealthy Adrian Herenton would sail to America and fall in love with a half-breed, the confident aristocrat scoffed. The self-assured adventurer swore he wouldn't live his life to the satisfaction of some silly cards! Then Adrian had to flee to the savage wilderness, where he rescued Blue Feather--and before he could think twice, his hands were exploring her velvet curves and his mouth was tasting the honey sweetness of her lips. Overcome with passion, he became a captive of Blue Feather's seductive charms, vowing to surrender only for one night in this minx's........
Great book. Has a lot of history mixed in but done in good taste.