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Agnes and the Renegade by Elaine Levine
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Agnes and the Renegade

by Elaine Levine

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0985420561, Paperback)

The Men of Defiance series continues with the long-awaited conclusion to Chayton's story!

The Artist...

Alone on the remote prairie in Wyoming Territory, Agnes Hamilton plans to spend a summer painting landscapes of the rugged terrain...until she comes face to face with the renegade Lakota warrior hiding out in the bluffs above her rented cabin. As wild as the territory, haunted by all he's lost, the warrior becomes the focus of her art, filling canvas after canvas like a madness.

...And the Warrior
Chayton has lost everything to the white invaders--his family, his people, his world. He lives in the hunting grounds stolen from his tribe, a Lakota warrior, feared by all, claimed by none...until she invades his valley--and his heart. Something about the blue-eyed woman draws him out of the dark place he's existed in for so long, but loving her means he'll have to step into her world and claim the heritage left him by his white mother...and that he will never do.
 
Length: Approximately 375 pages
Ages: 18 & up (story contains sex, mild profanity, and some violence)

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