In the fierce and untamed Territory of New Mexico, the most fierce and most untamed made love and history.
~ Rosemary, the willful Irish lass who harbored a forbidden love and claimed the Cambria empire as hers forever
~ Lario, the handsome Navajo, who claimed revenge on Rosemary and then claimed her for his own
~ Grant, who wielded the Territory’s political power and who would bind Rosemary’s fate with his
~ Stephanie, beautiful heiress of the Cambria empire, who loved wildly and paid for that love wildly
~ and lastly, decades later and bloodlines later, Chase the Wind, destined to rule the white man’s world and every woman’s heart.
|Publisher:||Parris Afton Bonds|
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About the Author
I am dancing on sunshine that you are visiting my little part of Parris's paradise. I write for the reckless of heart. Not surprisingly, I identify with my novels' characters, both the protagonists AND antagonists. I suffer with their angsts and bewilderments and rejoice in their joys and triumphs. And I believe that if we heroically hold fast to our own vision for ourselves in our journey’s confrontations and challenges, then Life WILL manifest our dreams and goals and visions, as it does for my characters in my novels.
Declared by ABC’s Nightline as one of the three-best-selling authors of romantic fiction, the award winning Parris Afton Bonds has been featured in major newspapers and magazines as well as published in more than a dozen languages. The mother of five sons and the author of over forty published novels, she donates her time to teaching creative writing to both grade school children and female inmates.
She is co-founder and first vice president of Romance Writers of America, as well as, cofounder of Southwest Writers Workshop. The Parris Award was established in her name by the Southwest Writers Workshop to honor a published writer who has given outstandingly of time and talent to other writers. Prestigious recipients of the Parris Award include Tony Hillerman and the Pulitzer nominee Norman Zollinger.