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Blue Hawk was born into the Cheyenne culture of his parents, but when he is adopted by a white trapper and renamed Caleb Sax it is difficult for him to adjust to the white man’s ways. He encounters prejudice everywhere he goes and struggles to remember his true blood despite his upbringing. Caleb’s adoptive parents raise him alongside their daughter, Sarah, and love him like their own. As Caleb and Sarah grow up together, their secret passion for one another becomes undeniable. When tragedy strikes and Caleb is left for dead, Sarah, carrying Caleb’s baby, is taken away and forced to marry a brutal man she does not love. Though Caleb and Sarah believe the other to be dead, their diverging paths prove that their love and longing for each other can never die. 

PRAISE:

“Power, passion, tragedy, and triumph are Rosanne Bittner’s hallmarks. Again and again, she brings readers to tears.” —Romantic Times

“Extraordinary…Bittner’s characters spring to life.” —Publishers Weekly

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ISBN: 9781940941370
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