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Sand Creek Serenade
by Jennifer Uhlarik




Overview -
2020 SELAH AWARDS FICTION BOOK OF THE YEAR"Uhlarik's research is sound and her characters are intriguing in]...this well-constructed story..." Publishers Weekly

One woman with a deep desire to serve and help. One brave who will stop at nothing to save his people. Each willing to die for their beliefs and love for one another. Will their sacrifice be enough?


As a female medical doctor in 1864, Sadie Hoppner is no stranger to tragedy and loss. While she grapples with the difficulties of practicing medicine at a Colorado outpost, she learns that finding acceptance and respect proves especially difficult at Fort Lyon.


Cheyenne brave Five Kills wants peace between his people and theAmerican Army. But a chance encounter with their female doctor ignites memories from his upbringing among the whites ... along with a growing fondness for the one person who seems to understand him and his people.As two cultures collide with differing beliefs of right and wrong, of what constitutes justice and savagery, blood spills on the Great Plains.When the inevitable war reaches Fort Lyon, the young couple's fledgling love is put to the test.


Written for the General Market (G): Contains little or no; sexual dialogue or situations, violence, or strong language.

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Overview

2020 SELAH AWARDS FICTION BOOK OF THE YEAR"Uhlarik's research is sound and her characters are intriguing in]...this well-constructed story..." Publishers Weekly

One woman with a deep desire to serve and help. One brave who will stop at nothing to save his people. Each willing to die for their beliefs and love for one another. Will their sacrifice be enough?


As a female medical doctor in 1864, Sadie Hoppner is no stranger to tragedy and loss. While she grapples with the difficulties of practicing medicine at a Colorado outpost, she learns that finding acceptance and respect proves especially difficult at Fort Lyon.


Cheyenne brave Five Kills wants peace between his people and theAmerican Army. But a chance encounter with their female doctor ignites memories from his upbringing among the whites ... along with a growing fondness for the one person who seems to understand him and his people.As two cultures collide with differing beliefs of right and wrong, of what constitutes justice and savagery, blood spills on the Great Plains.When the inevitable war reaches Fort Lyon, the young couple's fledgling love is put to the test.


Written for the General Market (G): Contains little or no; sexual dialogue or situations, violence, or strong language.


 

Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781946016850
  • ISBN-10: 1946016853
  • Publisher: Smitten Historical Romance
  • Publish Date: March 2019
  • Page Count: 272
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.61 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.89 pounds


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