She Ran From The Arm Of English Law. . .
After killing her lecherous stepfather in self-defense, Hannah Gibbons fled to the New World where another cruel fate awaited her as slave to the fierce Seneca Indians. Terrified, her first thought was escape. . .until she met her new master, the mysterious blond brave with sapphire eyes.
And Into The Hands Of A Savage. . .
When Hannah, bathing in a lake, found herself face to face with White Bear's golden muscles and nothing between them but the crystal blue water, she was shocked to discover that the wild beating of her heart, and the prickling of her skin was not fear. . .but desire. And suddenly, slavery seemed sweeter than freedom.
Praise For Candace Mccarthy's Books
"Passion burns through the story." --Rendezvous on Heaven's Fire
"Exciting. . .superb. . .A timely tale." --Affaire de Coeur on Irish Linen