Anne Marie, a Swedish blonde woman, is the adopted daughter of a French Trapper in the Wyoming territory. She is kidnapped at the annual rendezvous and caught between the rivalries of two Shoshone warriors. One wants her as a trophy, the other to protect her from all hurt, harm, and danger.
Chief Washakie, great leader of the Shoshone, wants to keep the peace between the white caravans traveling the Oregon Trail and agrees to protect them as they cross his land. Another leader, Chief Pocatello, wants to annihilate every white man, woman, and child that comes into his territory.
Who will win in the clash of wills for honor, duty, and love, and who will win the black stallion, Thunder, that everyone covets.
About the Author
Carol Didier is the author of …
Her stories are about the taboo love between a Native American male and a white woman in the 1800's of Southwest America. They prove that love knows no color, creed or race; it happens in the heart when and where you least expect it, and if allowed to grow, can conquer differences in culture, hatred, and personal loss. She includes real historical facts and figures what were pertinent to the territory at the time, as well as the beliefs, customs, and culture of the tribe
Carol belongs to a local writers group, Space Coast Writers' Guild, and served on their board as secretary for eight years and now remain as a member. She has also been published in CHARISMA and LITERARY LIFT-OFF magazines. In her spare time, she writes inspirational vignettes, verses for greeting cards, and stories for her grandchildren. she reside on the East Coast of Florida. Her website is: www.carolanndidier.com