Stone Heart's Woman

Stone Heart s Woman Set in at Ft Robinson NebraskaThe Northern Cheyenne have walked for six months to escape the reservation in the Indian Nation Pursued by soldiers the small group is finally captured and impriso

  • Title: Stone Heart's Woman
  • Author: Velda Brotherton
  • ISBN: 1601549970
  • Page: 214
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Set in 1879 at Ft Robinson, NebraskaThe Northern Cheyenne have walked for six months to escape the reservation in the Indian Nation Pursued by soldiers, the small group is finally captured and imprisoned at the Fort On a cold January night they break out.Stone Heart, the son of a Cheyenne woman and George Armstrong Custer, is badly wounded in the battle that ensues, andSet in 1879 at Ft Robinson, NebraskaThe Northern Cheyenne have walked for six months to escape the reservation in the Indian Nation Pursued by soldiers, the small group is finally captured and imprisoned at the Fort On a cold January night they break out.Stone Heart, the son of a Cheyenne woman and George Armstrong Custer, is badly wounded in the battle that ensues, and makes his way to a soddy on the plains.Aiden Conner is run out of the small town nearby where she was abandoned by her fiance She finds the soddy and is greeted by a blonde haired Indian who threatens to gut her.To survive they must work together, and they soon find a fierce love and a desire to help his people go home to the land of the yellow stone.

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    1. This western historical romance is set within a historical happening and is well researched.Stone Heart is the son of a Cheyenne woman and George Armstrong Culture. Raised in the white world, he is torn between the two cultures. When the Northern Cheyenne escape the reservation in the Indian Nation and soldiers pursue them during the long six months' walk, Stone Heart vows to never speak his father's tongue again.In the final battle at Ft. Robinson, many are killed and Stone Heart is badly wound [...]

    2. Reviewed by CrystalBook provided by the publisher for reviewReview originally posted at Romancing the BookIt has been awhile since I have read a romance book about Indians. While I read this book I realized what I liked about them.Aiden is a woman that people would consider on the shelf. She is getting ready to turn thirty and still is living at home with her mother and siblings. Aiden falls under the spell of a man and believes him when he says he wants to marry her so she goes with him and he [...]

    3. Brotherton pulls us into the action from the start in a finely paced romantic adventure. Both Stone Heart’s and Aiden’s conflicts are real: he has chosen to favor the Cheyenne side of his blood and, as such, should show no sympathy, and certainly not love, for a white woman. Aiden, on the other hand, wants to return to her ‘civilized’ family home, and a so-called savage is the last person she wants to help. Will Stone Heart live up to his name?Brotherton is a skilled writer, able to play [...]

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