Singer-songwriter Roy Orbison provided my associate Carol J. Reynard and me with the germ of an idea for this book. "Working for the Man" inspired me to envision an outcast from the wrong side of the tracks who plans to woo and wed his boss's daughter so that he can become "the man."--Shirl Henke
His name was Cain and everyone in the Sierras feared him... with blood on his hands and vegence in his heart, Cain had spent a lifetime brooding over those who had betrayed him...and the fate that had cursed him as a half breed. In the end the Cheyenne village of his youth, he came face to face with the most destrctive traitor of all....she was Roxanna, haunted by her past, masquerading as a lady...running from the deadly danger and deadly secrets, Roxanna Fallon heads west. An Indian ambush plunges her head long into the peril and secret desire in the arms of her rescuer posing as Alexexa Heriess she never dreams she will become a pawn in the rivalry between two railroad barrons... caught between the passion of two brothers. In an agonizing Dance to the Son, Cain, the gun man he must confront Lone Bull , the Cheyenne he was. Only the fierst love of a strong wormen and savages powers of an ancient medicine man can same Sundancer.
Another great read by Shirl Henke, her fabulous American Indian series, that pulls you in and makes you feel as though you are a part of the plot.