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From the sunwashed deserts of Arizona to the shadowy moors of Yorkshire, from the raw wilderness of the Australian outback to the bloody battlefields of the Boer War, they broke society's rules...

Kidnapped by Indians while on her honeymoon in America, Englishwoman Sarah Merrin had found her destiny as wife to a great Apache chief. But sixteen years later, her husband dead, her son grown to manhood, and her adopted tribe facing a tragic journey to the reservation, Sarah knew she had but one choice: to return to England and claim her son's birthright. For though Hakan had been raised as an Apache brave, he was heir to a great Yorkshire estate--and his father was Richard, Earl of Moreland.

Handsome, arrogant, seductive Richard Merrin believed Sarah had died in captivity. He'd married again, but never forgotten the spirited, sensual woman he'd made his Countess so long ago. Now he wanted to possess her once more, desperately enough to banish his gypsy mistress and drive his second wife to madness. Sarah would risk his fury to secure her son's future, but could Hakan learn to live in a world that called him savage? And if he survived, would he be strong enough to silence the ghosts of his family's past?


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    • First Edition
    • Mar-1988
    • Bantam
    • Mass Market Paperback
    • ISBN: 0553271113
    • ISBN13: 9780553271119


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