Antoinette is in danger.After Red O’Neal delivers a beating to his half-brother Daniel for courting his sister Antoinette, she is sent to a convent until agreeing to marry an older, wealthier man.But after Antoinette manages to send a letter to her betrothed Lorenz MacDonald about the danger, he rescues her. Soon after, a neighboring ranch is attacked by Comanche raiders, and Antoinette and her mother-in-law are caught in a fight for life and death.Can their family survive the dangers of the violent Western frontier?Praise from readers:★★★★★ – “Fantastic character development… twists, turns and surprises kept me turning the pages. I’m looking forward to the next Mari Collier novel.”★★★★★ – “This is a story that can captivate generation after generation, filled with well-researched ideas and powerful imagery.”
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Mari Collier was born on a farm in Iowa. Since then she’s lived in Arizona, Northwest Washington (on the banks of a river), and moved to Southern California after retiring from Nintendo of America. She is the curator for the Accessions Committee at the local Historical Society and writes two columns for the Old Schoolhouse Museum. She also volunteers as a docent at the Old Schoolhouse Museum.