Cover art for Destiny's Bride by Michelle Lee
Cover Art for White Heart, Lakota Spirit by Dawne Dominique
In 1867, Cecile Palmer is the envy of the single girls of Spring City and the object of every young man's fancy...until she experiences love at first sight. She meets and weds Walt Williams in less than a week. The young marrieds travel to her husband's newly-purchased "ranch" and a life for which this naive and pampered only child is ill-equipped. She has no idea her life is about to be turned upside down when an injured Indian brave stumbles into her doorway while her husband is away.
Heart to Art Graphics of Destiny's Bride by Karen Cote. Find her at http://KarenCote.Tv. Click on each thumbnail to enlarge. Narrative is available athttp://www.pinterest.com/mizging/my-heart-to-art-design/
Yellow Moon, a Lakota maiden, accompanies her family to the Sun Dance and becomes promised to a Santee warrior who’ll soon be chief. While accompanying Thunder Eyes’ clan back to his tribe, she and the other women are stolen by the Crow, and while in Plenty Coup’s camp is told she’ll become his second wife rather than be a slave. She finds friendship and help at the hands of his first wife, a Cherokee captive called Pretty Shield.
When Thunder Eye’s comes to rescue his betrothed, she begs him to take her newfound friend along, and the two women eventually become sisters-in-law. When the Crow come to extract their revenge, fate changes their destiny in a big way.