by Bonita Hunt


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There is a fine line between Love and Hate!

Janie West, a red-haired spirited young girl captured by the Indians, fights for her life in the Pawnee camp. Enslaved by WARBO, Mighty Chief of the Pawnee Nation, Janie suffered and endured the hatred embedded deep in Warbo. The shared depth of his hatred for her people was ever real with his quest to bring this stubborn woman to her knees. Killing two of her captives, she showed her bravery but then it became a battle of wills between her and her enemy. They fought each other constantly, each voicing their hatred. Warbo had a white mother and an Indian father. He kept his white blood a secret as he was not proud of it. He was a true Indian, a force to be reckoned with. They were both strong-willed characters and her will to escape and be united with her beloved Carl was always on her mind. He hated her but was not willing to let her go. The story will keep you reading.

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Format: 6 x 9 Black & White Paperback, 232 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Nov 20, 2020)
ISBN10: 1977228496
ISBN13: 9781977228499
Genre: FICTION / Romance / Western

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Bonita HuntI researched the Oregon Trail and the history of the Pawnee Indians, their customs and how they lived. Married to Clifford Hunt for 60+ years, and with three children, Ginger, Brenda & Lyle, a small TV, one channel, no car & lots of snow, I turned to writing. Cliff passed and I found the book in a cabinet and rewrote it during the COVID pandemic
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