Cheyenne Amber

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In this passionately written historical romance, New York Times bestselling author Catherine Anderson portrays a woman who would risk everything to protect her son—including her heart…

1864, Colorado. Born and bred in Boston, Laura Cheney was used to civilized society. She never dreamed she would wind up in the Colorado wilderness with her newborn son—widowed and very much alone.

But her fragile beauty and amber eyes hide a spirit to be reckoned with—and a mother’s fierce protectiveness. When her son is kidnapped, Laura turns to a man feared by many and trusted by few.

Raised by the Cheyenne, Deke Sheridan is considered a renegade to his own kind. But his steely reserve is no match for Laura’s intoxicating beauty. And to win her trust and devotion, Deke will stop at nothing…


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Publisher
Penguin
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Published on
May 7, 2013
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Pages
432
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ISBN
9781101607640
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Native American & Aboriginal
Fiction / Romance / Historical / General
Fiction / Romance / Western
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This content is DRM protected.
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A unique love letter to the Gold Rush town of Paradise, California!

CALIFORNIA LEGENDS...These are chronicles of the Old West--of the native people who lived on the land for generations and the pioneers who came from all over the world in search of riches…the struggle to survive in a land without laws…the strange bedfellows that resulted from the clash of cultures…and the common language of the heart that spoke of a love more precious than gold.

NATIVE GOLD: Book 1

Mathilda Hardwicke, a rebellious artist rejected by her family and New York society, heads west to Gold Rush California to make a new life for herself as a mail-order bride. When fate leaves her at the altar in Paradise Bar--a ramshackle gold camp full of ragtag miners--she's sure she's leaped out of the frying pan and into the fire.

But unbeknownst to Mattie, she has a protector. Sakote, a fierce Konkow warrior, is bound by honor to watch over the white woman. And though his tribe is threatened by the encroaching miners, he's strangely drawn to Mattie, who delights in making pictures of him and whose destiny seems entwined with his.

When a tragedy at the camp forces Sakote to steal Mattie away, she finds herself in an unfamiliar Paradise of savage wonder, and she soon discovers a forbidden love more precious than gold.

Book Details
*An original novel based on the Gold Rush history of the author's home town of Paradise, California
*R-rated for sensual passages
*Includes historical information and vocabulary from the Konkow tribe
*Coming soon, Book 3--NATIVE HAWK

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