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Sundancer's Woman
Sundancer's Woman
Author: Judith E. French
ISBN-13: 9780380777068
ISBN-10: 0380777061
Publication Date: 2/1996
Pages: 392
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.

3.3 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Avon Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Pride, courage and a steadfast devotion to her two small children have kept Elizabeth Fleming strong throughout her years of captivity. And now a handsome stranger has appeared to free the stunning, copper-haired beauty from the ruthless Seneca warrior who holds her prisoner. But her beloved daughter and son must remain behind. More Indian than white, Hunt Campbell is a virile vision out of her dreams--a bold adventurer caught between two warring worlds. Hungering for the magnificent frontiersman, Elizabeth surrenders to her awakening passions--savoring a brief ecstasy she must soon abandon in order to rescue her captive young ones. But Hunt knows his heart is unalterably linked to the courageous lady's. And it is his destiny to risk life and honor for her perilous mission...and her incomparable love.
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Very good story. Judith French paints a more accurate picture of Native American life than any other author I've read. But much more than that, she is a great story teller!
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***** I read this book in one sitting. It was EXCELLENT!