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When Roma Nettles is saved from drowning by Gray Moon, a member of the Sioux tribe, she also finds her heart captured by this kind and handsome man. On her way to the town of Hill Song as a mail-order bride, she is devastated to learn that her husband-to-be, Harry Rinson, is a vile and vicious man. And as she learns more about John - as Gray Moon is known to the white man - she finds herself falling deeper in love with him.

John has lived on fringes of Indian and white man society, and he wants only peace and fairness for his people. But the evil Harry Rinson has set his sights on stealing John's people's lands, and will stop at nothing less than war. John has also lost his heart to the lovely Roma, and fears his love will bring her danger.

But as Roma hears her faith in God answered, she also feels it tested. Can she and John help bring peace to the land? Or is their love their downfall?

©2016 Faith Johnson (P)2016 Faith Johnson

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Not a great story plot

This story didn’t have a great plot, there really wasn’t any rising action or conflict that draws the reader in, no real love story to keep the reader excited, just a blah story from start to finish. I’m disappointed that this could have been better. I wish that it was a better story line.