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All Abigail had to still her fears of the unknown were love, and trust in Ross Gallagher, the handsome, reckless Irishman who had snatched her from her New England family to make her his wife.

But Abigail was soon to learn how frail even this man's strength and spirit were in the face of the dangers and terrors of the West - where white settlers were little more than barbarians, and where savage Indians ruled a vast land of virgin plains and unmapped mountains, like kings. As a captive of a Sioux chieftain, Abigail was fated to experience a living hell.

©1993 Kay L. McDonald; (P)2006 Books in Motion

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  • paula
  • ferndown, United Kingdom
  • 17-07-11

A GOOD STORY FROM HALF WAY

THE BOOK WAS QUITE GOOD I ENJOYED THE SECOND PART MORE THE INDIANS AND THERE LIFE STYLE KEPT MY INTEREST I AN SORRY TO SAY I DID NOT CARE FOR THE NARRATOR
WHEN THE IRISH WAS USED IT MADE ME CRINGE BUT IF YOU CAN FORGIVE THE IRISH ITS WORTH A LOOK