A rich, white heiress. A Cherokee outlaw. They have nothing in common except a desire for peace—and each other.
This captivating, cross-cultural love story, inspired by a Native American legend, takes place during a tense standoff between the Katy Railroad and the Cherokee Nation in 1870.
Railroad heiress Kate Parsons is worth more than an inheritance, and she intends to prove it by resolving a land dispute between the Katy Railroad and the Cherokee Nation. Instead, she gets abducted by outlaws.
Jake Colston has something to prove, too, which is why he breaks into a private railcar in a scheme to save his family’s land. Instead, the peace-loving Cherokee ends up in possession of a white woman whose spirit is as bold as her red hair. His decision to abduct her is made with the best intentions, but it puts into motion a series of deadly consequences that force Jake into a confrontation he would do anything to avoid. Anything, except risk the life of the woman he calls Redbird.
This story was originally released as a novella under the title Kate’s Outlaw. It has been expanded into a novel with exciting new scenes.