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- Print Length: 185 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: April 8, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06Y55XHM8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
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Captivated (Cutter's Creek Book 18) Kindle Edition
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Maria Holloway will spend the first six months of her life with the Lakota tribe as a captive, but not mistreated. She will slowly learn their language and their ways. Without it being her choice, she will be given to a warrior as his wife, two men will offer for her, and by custom, since Bodaway’s wife is deceased and he has three children, he will be given her as his new wife. There is no ceremony; it is just their accepted practice.
Not everyone wants the wasicu woman in their camp, some will treat her poorly, some will become friends and teach her their customs, and others will leave her weary. Maria will find herself an instant mother and works well with Boda’s children.
The plot will take us to the kidnapping of Maria and from the travels to the Lakota campsite and her treatment with The People. She will slowly learn to speak their language and customs. Without a say in the process, she will be claimed by the Chief’s son as his new wife, but begrudgingly and to protect her. His first wife died giving birth to their third child. Marie will constantly question why God has abandoned her, and will she ever get to go home to her people. Over time, she and Bodaway develop feelings for each other. “The People will accept you as one of us when you choose to accept it yourself.” “Hope was holding her back from living her life. Holding her back from loving the one man who’d always stood by her, loved her, defended her—even when he knew she didn’t feel the same.”
Life will take a major turn; the Chief will senselessly lose his life in a provoked battle. Bodaway never wanted to be Chief of the Lakota, and his title will be challenged by Anunkasan. Marie will be found and ‘rescued’ by Sheriff Brentwood, but can she return to her old way of life, or does she want to be back with The People? “Consider this—only you are in control of your destiny. Fred is gone. Your parents live on the other side of the world. No one can tell you how to live your life—you can choose your own path. So what you have to decide is, what do you want?”
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