For the first time in her life she was facing a man she couldn't handle. He knew the white man's ways—and every woman's secrets. . . .
Boston heiress Blaze Braddock, known more for her daring than her discretion, had insisted on trying to persuade the mysterious Absarokee Indian to sell his land claim to her father. But the moment she felt the impact of his tall, rangy body, the heat of his seductive dark eyes, and the drugging warmth that stole through her sense at his skilled touch, she knew she'd been more than reckless to put herself in his hands.
Jon Hazard Black was no savage barbarian but the Harvard-educated son of an Absarokee chief. He knew the value of his land; the gold that ran beneath it would be the salvation of his people. And not even this dangerously tempting beauty could convince him to sell. Held captive by a man who was her sworn enemy, Blaze was swept up in a storm of passions she had never imagined—possessed by a man who vowed he would keep forever what was his. . . .
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