She had the face of an angel, the will of a spitfire, and a mind of her own. Behind her was the slavelike existence in a Welsh mining town. Ahead, the promise of freedom in America, but to her horror, Eden Richards was soon to discover that slavery wears many disguises. The strict Mormon laws that could bend her to her will. The terrifying rites of the Sioux who had captured Eden and made her one of them. The lustful advances of the arrogant mine owner who would make her his prisoner.
"wyoming glory, eden richards"
In the rugged Southwest of the 1880s, fate made her part of three warring cultures...At the military outpost of Camp Bowie, beautiful Brittany Laird was abused by the family who'd given her sanctuary and pursued by Zach Tyrell, rugged rancher whose kisses both inflamed and frightened her. At an Indian encampment in the Chirichua Mountains, Brittany was held prisoner by the notorious Apaches, her life spared only through the pleas of a child.
A cool New England background mingled with the passion of hot Cherokee blood to challenge the savage land - that was Deborah Leigh, a copper-haired beauty, gently reared. To all appearances she was white. But she could never forget, never betray her Indian ancestry. She was swept away from her family’s gracious home in Georgia onto the Cherokee Trail of Tears – the migration of a whole tribe driven from their lands to travel west beyond the Mississippi. The Cherokee blood in Deborah rebelled against the government that oppressed them.