Warriors and dreamers, pathfinders and rebels, the Monroes are a family divided between their Indian heritage and their white blood. At their head is the indomitable Abigail Trent Monroe, whose love for Cheyenne warrior Lone Eagle became a legend.
Now, as the clan gathers for a long-awaited reunion on their sprawling Colorado ranch, old hatreds and new passions explode . . . in heartbreaking tragedy for eldest son, Wolf's Blood; in a forbidden love affair between Abigail's wild grandson Zeke and a rancher's headstrong daughter; and in an agonizing choice Wolf's Blood's young son must make -- a choice that could seal his father's fate.
After I finished Book 6, I was so overwhelmed with emotion that I had to get away from the Monroe family. The first six books were published between 1983 and 1985, and it took me eleven years to walk back into the lives of all the characters who had become so dear to me.
There was Abbie, waiting for me to finish her story, and also tell the stories of some of her grandchildren. Though readers want me to continue the stories of Abbie's grandchildren, EAGLE'S SONG is truly the end of the series.