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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Historical Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
She believes she has been taken captive. He believes it is his destiny to set her free and returns with her to his village, but despite the warnings of the elders that he has no right, he takes her to his teepee. She is convinced she will experience the worse she has been told was possible. He has been taught to be a Champion of honor and because of that, stuggles with a desire for her that has plagued him for a lifetime.

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Submitted: April 17, 2013

This is the first chapter of my first novel and the one that made me realize I have a lot to tell. History has tried to convince us that our Native Americans were savages, that if a woman was to find herself a captive she would be better off dead, but over the years there have been actual accountings of woman who experienced a life that was preferred to what the white men called civilization. Indeed there are very famous war chiefs who's mothers were either known or thought to have been "white" captives. This is one such story. Read Chapter