Iroquois Book 3
Mayla lived a life of privilege as the daughter of a powerful Mohawk war chief. When she discovers the body of a wounded enemy, her compassionate heart leads her to try and save his life. Her people despise the enemy in their midst, but Mayla sees beyond what the Huron stands for and opens a world to him that offers more than friendship and hope.
Washke, is a ferocious war leader. During a hunting trip, he is unexpectedly injured by an arrow to his chest and left for dead. When he awakens days later, he finds himself in the camp of his enemy. His reasoning is clouded by not only his hatred but, his dramatically altered fate. His embittered spirit is tested as he realizes the enticing beauty who rescued him is not only the sister of the man who attempted to take his life but also, the daughter of the Chief holding him captive. An unyielding attraction is the glue that binds them together along with an impassioned love so strong, it rivals even hatred and the cultural barriers that continually threaten to pull them apart.