Jason Manning, popular Western author, sets this tale at the beginning of the Civil War. Lieutenant Joshua Barlow, just out of West Point, is sent into the West by his influential father, who hopes he will be safer there. However, a different conflict is being waged on the plains. Kiannatah and his band of Apache warriors are determined to fight those who dare to invade their land, no matter how much blood is spilled.
Author Jason Manning's Apache Storm was a success with fans and critics alike. The story continues in this rousing sequel, as U.S. Lieutenant Joshua Barlow resigns his commission to live on the frontier with his Apache wife, Oulay, daughter of the great chief Cochise. At last, he has found true love, happiness, and harmony.
Kiannatah, a Netdahe warrior, falls in love with a half-breed woman and attempts to settle into the uneasy peace of his mountain hideout. But the encroachment of white settlements on the forced borders of Apache lands is fanning already simmering hostilities. When Kiannatah's love is murdered by the bluecoats, the Apache embarks on his own campaign of vengeance-a blood feud that will result in a final reckoning between the Army's best Apache hunter-and the fiercest Netdahe warrior of them all.