Headstrong and stunningly beautiful, Jeanine fled to the lush forests of Minnesota, hoping to escape her uncle's brutal tyranny. Alone in the dark, untamed wilderness, she faces a danger far more startling. He was Lone Wolfe, a Chippewa Indian chief whose ebony eyes burn with shameless passion. She was his captive. Yet even as she trembled before his masterful gaze, Jeanine's ripe young body began to smolder with a newfound desire. His very touch and the nearness of his gleaming, bronzed chest and hard-muscled arms ensured her surrender. Nothing could make her refuse him, not even the flames of scandal or his deadly mission of revenge. Their love would triumph -- savage, wild, and free--for all eternity . . .