Four Sisters all sired by the same man . . . separated by race, by nationality, and by station in life . . . and bound by an enchanted necklace passed down for centuries . . . a necklace with legendary powers of life and death.
"MOONFEATHER" - Book 1 in the Indian Moon Trilogy
Maryland Colony 1706 : Moonfeather, the lovechild of a Scottish earl and an Indian woman, risks her life to save a yellow-haired English man from death by torture at the hands of a Shawnee war party by claiming him as her husband. Although she is tempted by his intense blue eyes, yellow hair, and broad shoulders, she is determined that the "marriage" be in name only until she can free him. But Brandon kidnaps her and carries her back across the Atlantic to his father's estate, determined to claim her as his lawful bride. Betrayed by the man she has come to love, Moonfeather's heart is broken. She is a Peace Woman among the Shawnee. She is sworn to serve her tribe. Somehow she must find a way to return to her own people. As she struggles to learn the ways of a foreign world, attempts are made on her life that make her doubt Brandon's love. In desperation, she searches for the father who abandoned her and finds the courage to trust her husband again.and stand with him against treachery that would destroy them both.