The sole survivor of a raid, White Fawn becomes Texas Ranger Matthew Conway's captive. He has no idea what to do with the light-eyed, white woman who has lived among the Comanche for so long.
White Fawn remembers little of her life before she was adopted by the Comanche, and she wants nothing to do with the white man's world. She clings to her memories of her people.
Matthew despises the Indians who killed his family. He was ready to settle down peacefully on his ranch when he rescued White Fawn. Now, he's saddled with a wildcat whom he's beginning to care about but who wants nothing to do with him.
White Fawn knows she should hate Matthew, but her heart feels differently. Only when he comes to understand her Comanche heart and culture can they truly begin to build a life together.