Fire Hawk's Bride

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In 17th century England, theirs was a forbidden passion. He was a magnificent Cherokee prince—held captive in an alien land—the chosen one destined to save his people from the white invasion. She was a gently-reared squire's daughter, promised in marriage to a man she could never respect. Their forbidden love takes them from Kent, across the Atlantic, to the Great Smoky Mountains. More

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  • Category: Fiction » Romance » Historical
  • Words: 104,120
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781301152841
About Judith E. French

Judith E. French has been writing professionally since she was 15. She has published over 60 novels in a career spanning nearly five decades and has over 2 million books in print. Her works have been translated into French, Spanish, German, Italian, Swedish, Norwegian, Russian, Bulgarian and Mandarin.

She is the author of mysteries, contemporary romances, suspense novels, and paranormal thrillers. She is best known for her American historical romances, which frequently take place during the Colonial period in the Virginia-Maryland-Delaware Tidewater region.

She is the recipient of Romantic Times' Career Achievement in American Historical Romance award, the PEARL award for Best Anthology, and the Delaware Diamond Award for Literary Excellence.

Judith and her husband live with their two (very spoiled) dogs in a restored 18th-century farmhouse on the Delaware-Maryland border. Her home has been in her family since a land grant was awarded to a female ancestor by William Penn, nearly 350 years ago. She is a descendant of Scottish, English and Welsh settlers and the local Lenni Lenape Native Americans.

She is the mother of best-selling novelist Colleen Faulkner, aka V.K. Forrest, Sarah Gray, and Hunter Morgan. Two of her grandchildren are at work on their first novels.

Judith can be reached on Facebook and at judithefrenchnovels@gmail.com.

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