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WHITE EAGLE'S LADY
by Pamela Johnson

Genre: Historical Romance

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Sarah Reynolds' journey to join her father leads her into danger as well as love, when her traveling party is attacked by a band of Indians. Sarah fears for her own life but is amazed when, instead of being killed, she is rescued by one of the savages. White Eagle surprises her with his protective manner and she begins to fall for the gentle warrior.

White Eagle is bound by law to uphold the creed of the Cherokee people, but does not condone the killing of innocents. He rescues the white woman and the child with her, but is injured in the process. Because of his injury, he falls ill and soon White Eagle finds himself enamored with his angelic nurse.

WHITE EAGLE'S LADY is fraught with tension and excitement. Ms. Johnson blends historical facts with love for an enjoyable trip into the culture of the Cherokee Nation. I applaud her skill. SENSUAL (Nov., 172 pp., $4.00)

Reviewed By: Faith V. Smith

Publisher: www.echelonpress.com

Published: November 2002

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