Naive and spoiled, Sophia Yancey believes she is the only daughter of a wealthy Boston businessman. She’s always struggled to fit in among the city’s elite due to her dark hair and bronze skin. When a rugged mountain man from the faraway Teton mountains arrives to reveal her true identity, Sophia is in denial.
Joseph Walker made a promise to a dying friend: travel east to find the old Indian chief's granddaughter and bring her back to her people. Unsure whether the girl is even alive, Joseph arrives on the doorstep of Byron Yancey, his only clue to her whereabouts. He expects to find Little Raven, a girl of Indian heritage. Instead, he meets stunning socialite, Sophia Yancey, and realizes that the journey home to the Tetons will challenge him in ways the wilderness never could.
Away from the confines of polite society, Sophia must rely on Joseph as they travel a long road of danger and discovery, wary of a killer seeking revenge. As love ignites between them among the grandeur of the Tetons, will Joseph be able to keep her safe, or did he make a grave mistake in removing her from the only life she’s ever known?
Okay, I really like this author. I think the only thing I would change is have more adventures and less touching and sex stuff. I like the way Peggy brings the emotion of the characters into the story. I want to feel the yearning and hope, the challenges and overcoming obstacles!
Thank you for the good read.
Excitement at the turn of each page. I feel as though I am living each day with them. Can't wait to get the next book started.