The Beloved Woman Deborah Smith

ISBN: 9780553762389

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368 pages


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The Beloved Woman  by  Deborah Smith

The Beloved Woman by Deborah Smith
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HER PEOPLE UPROOTED BY BROKEN PROMISES, HER HEART TORN BY CONLICTING DESIRES…The Trail of Tears: The forced exodus of the Cherokee people from their homeland in Georgia to make way for the white gold miners and settlers.

Katherine Blue Song’s familyMoreHER PEOPLE UPROOTED BY BROKEN PROMISES, HER HEART TORN BY CONLICTING DESIRES…The Trail of Tears: The forced exodus of the Cherokee people from their homeland in Georgia to make way for the white gold miners and settlers. Katherine Blue Song’s family never lived to see the Trail of Tears — they were massacred just as she returned from Philadelphia, where she’d been one of the country’s first women trained as a doctor.Justis Gallatin, a white man, a rough-and-ready man, was Jesse Blue Song’s friend and partner.

Before he buried the victims of the massacre, he made a solemn promise to protect Katherine. But the lovely and headstrong Cherokee healer would not be protected or owned by any man — her destiny was with her own people, to use her skills on the long, arduous journey westward.From plush New York hotels to the savage sorrow of the Trail of Tears, Katherine and Justis were torn asunder by a continent’s history and hurled together because of a passion as vast as the lands they loved, lost, and fought to regain.



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