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Julie Garwood
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"White Eagle was her confidant. He didn't wish to break his sister's innocent determination, but he worried for her. He argued in favor of caution, for he knew, as well as everyone else in their isolated village, that Christina would one day return to the world of the whites. And in his heart the truth tormented him. He knew, with a certainty he couldn't deny, that there were no warriors like in father in this place called England. None at all" (Prologue, pg. 25.)

"And so the gossip makers called Rhone a rake and Lyon a pirate, but never, of course, to either gentleman's face. Those foolish women didn't realize how their insults would have pleased both men" (Chapter 2, pg. 32.)

"Another lie, another pretense. How her brother, White Eagle, would laugh if he could see her now. He knew, as well as everyone else back home, that there wasn't...

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