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Serena Bailey is sold by her stepfather to a man in Texas to pay off a debt. Hating him for it, Serena is nevertheless forced to go to El Paso, Texas. Leaving her mother behind, she boards a train from New York, leaving her old life behind. Arriving in El Paso, she discovers that Hubert Bishop, her fiancé, is evil and cruel, and she is forced to fight him or die.

Nartan is the Apache chief’s son, looking to marry. None of the village maidens attract him, but when he finds a young woman with hair of fire hiding in the bushes, Nartan knows his fate and takes Serena back to his village. Safe with the Apache, Serena lives among them and learns their ways and their language.

Hubert Bishop refuses to let Serena escape. He schemes to steal her out of the Apache village. When Serena risks her life to save a young Apache boy, she is adopted into the tribe, and she and Nartan plan to marry. But Hubert arrives to destroy her chance at happiness.

Can Serena free herself? Will Nartan lose the only woman he ever loved? What exactly will it take to survive Hubert’s cunning evil?

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  • Sondra Weaver
  • 31-05-2020

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Loved how Serrina escaped danger and made friends with the Indian tribe.
The narrator was very easy to listen to. Was great with voice changed

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