CHEROKEE PRIDE . . . When her family's cabin was attacked by Indians, lovely young Brietta fled into the wilderness, only to be captured by the most handsome man she had ever laid eyes on. Though he was a Cherokee brave, the smoldering heat in his dark eyes urged her to surrender, and the searing fire of his touch was a sweet, savage persuasion.
But Brave Eagle was not the only Indian who laid claim to the beautiful white woman. Brown Cloud, leader of the Osage tribe, swore Brietta belonged to him and none other. Though they had pledged to keep their warring tribes from battle, the Cherokee and Osage braves were blinded by a fierce desire that would set the Ozarks aflame with burning arrows of passion and destruction.