Born during an eclipse . . .

Black Sun was destined to be a powerful medicine man. But his life would change forever when a brutal trapper bought his widowed mother and raised him as a white boy. Now he is on a spiritual quest to put the hated white world behind him and become fully Arapaho once more. But the vision he seeks will not come to him.

 Pregnant and injured, Charity Bennett is the only survivor of a wagon train massacre. The last thing Black Sun wants is to be responsible for a white woman’s safety. But when they take refuge in the sacred canyon of the Thunderbird, only love can teach Black Sun the lesson he must learn in order to serve his people.

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2005; Harlequin Historicals, ISBN # 0-373-81122-5
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