Fitting in is never easy... especially when you're an Indian mail order bride.
Bíawacheeitchish—Bia to her friends—has just left the only home she's ever known.
Her brothers want her to marry Askook, an Indian man from an enemy tribe whom she does not love.
Bia is supposed to be the prize that will bring peace to their tribes.
She knows Askook is dangerous but her brothers won't listen.
Her only way out is to become a mail order bride.
Tom is the brother of her closest friends.
But he's not Indian. He's a farmer.
A white man who knows nothing of her ways.
And… she doesn't know if she can live with him but she doesn't think she can live without him either.
When Askook comes looking for her, Tom must fight to keep her safe.
Bia's not sure that Tom loves her enough to face the danger.
Will Tom protect her when his own life is on the line, or would he rather save himself?
Will Bia ever be safe, or should she just accept her fate?