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Pregnant Malene was abused by the man she thought was her first husband, so when she asked to chaperone her sister and future brother-in-law to his home in Creeds Crossing, she agrees. Not far into the journey, she discovers that the father of her child is already married. As Many Feathers accommpanies them from the reservation to their knew home, Malene is both attracted and repelled by this man whose life and customs are so different from her own..
After a long and tough journey in a wagon they arrived to the open arms of wonderful family from who they learrn much, including the respect of all people.
Malene takes a journey to the west coast and grows up quickly, do to some unfortunate incident that changes her life completely.
although I did get confused, because, I am a born and raised Bay Area California girl and in all my life I have never known it to really ever snow in the Bay Area and if by chance on those very, very, rare occasions, if it did snow, maybe a little bit of ice on your lawn but the snow instantly would melt it doesn't get that cold here. So it was some confusion cuz I have never saw an amount of snow ever fallen in San Francisco where you can make a snowman or even snow angels unless an unexpected heavy snow fall happened at the end of the 19th century I don't know about... if that's the case might of put that bit of information in there... when I read about the snow I was wondering where in San Francisco was she???? Besides that a great story!!!!! You did a lovely job writing this romance.
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