This is one of those delightful stories in which readers think they know what happens next and then find that they dont. The twists in this book make it a page-turner.
Molly Ivins, as a child, loses her parents (in a violent scene) while they are on their way West. An Indian finds her and takes her to his village.
Years later, Ryan Tolliver learns of a white woman living amongst the Cheyenne and contacts Mollys grandfather with the news. Horace Mannington hires Ryan to bring her home. Ryan feels a strong sense of wanderlust he wants to travel the world but lacks the funds for such a trip.
Now I hate amnesia stories but this one did not sour the tale; there wasnt a pound of angst hanging off every page. While recovering, Ryan learns about life amongst the Cheyenne. He also learns about their terrors when a band of white scum attack and kill one of the Cheyenne women.
This story has lots of tension and strong emotion; I couldnt put the book down until I finished it in a single sitting.
1. Wyoming Widow (2003)
2. Wyoming Wildcat (2003)
3. Wyoming Woman (2004)
4. Wyoming Wildfire (2006)
The Wyoming rancher was only looking for the promised reward when he set off to track down the mysterious Molly Ivins, missing some eighteen years. But after a nasty fall robbed him of his memory, things got a lot more complicated.
Tragically orphaned at seven. Molly Ivins fell into the caring hands of a Cheyenne medicine man and came to be know as Moon Hawk. Yet when a hansome white man with amnesia burst into her life, she had to decide between newfound love and loyalty to her tribe.