WHITE EAGLES LADY
Rating: 5 Cups
Sarah Reynolds leaves New York City for Georgia to meet her father and begin the new teacher position for the white settlers that live peacefully with the Cherokee. The year 1837 will open new opportunities as she also teaches the young Indian children, but her serene journey proves otherwise.
White Eagle wishes no harm to innocent people. He is not like his blood brother who stirs up trouble with the white settlers. After he comes to Sarah’s rescue, he is instantly attracted to her, but the issues between the settlers and the Cherokee keep his heart at bay.
Sarah is aware the untamed land will be different, but her father assures her there is nothing to fear. The journey with Sarah, along with Laura, a soldier’s wife and her infant daughter, Isabella and a group of soldiers face a gruesome attack but spares Sarah and the young child when a Cherokee Warrior comes to their aid. White Eagle is not part of the war party that attacked. After coming to their aid, he is left injured with Sarah to care for him. Sarah seeks to know more of the handsome warrior who has captured her heart and promised to return her safely home. Together they face betrayal and tragedy in an undomesticated land where emotions run high amidst hostility and turmoil when the Cherokee face mass evacuation.
White Eagles Lady is a poignant tale that grabs the reader and holds tightly. It is a picturesque story of two strong people who find deep love amidst their backgrounds and face loyalty, treachery, and turbulence. Ms. Johnson pens an extraordinary and rare story that excels. The characters and setting is so vibrant the reader feels the true emotions that course through the pages while melting the heart.
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