Fleeing a typhus epidemic in Boston, Roxanne Sherwood ran headlong into a band of Indians and was immediately taken captive. At the mercy of the fierce warriors, Roxy feared for her life…until a white stranger claimed her as his wife. His well-fitting buckskins outlined every detail of his tall, muscular body, and the smoldering look in his dark eyes left no doubt of his desire. To secure her freedom, the Indians declared Roxy must share this man’s bed along with all the intimacies of a married couple. Could she possibly trust the rough-riding frontiersman to introduce her to the pleasures of being a woman? Torn between duty and desire, society and survival, Roxy was sure of only one thing: he must win her heart before she would fully surrender to being…Caleb’s Bride.
Always a daydreamer, and often scolded for it by the grandmother who raised her, New York Times bestselling author Norah Hess always wanted to be a writer.