"Paranormal elements augment a powerful historical tale."--The Best Reviews
Whispers of war between the colonists in Massachusetts colony and the Wampanoag Indians fill every ear. Many are curious: which side will Hannah Chaffee take? Once adopted into the clan of Mishquashin, the fox clan, Hannah counts both Wampanoag and colonists as friends. But there can be no middle ground when war erupts. She is abducted from her tavern to be adopted into another clan . . . and to assume another woman's life.
Maugin, warrior leader of his clan, returns from a foray to discover an Englishwoman in his bed. Still mourning his wife's death nearly a year before, he is unprepared for how Hannah challenges him to question all he has always believed . . . even as she seems to be a part of his spirit and journeys to places where no Englishwoman should be welcome.
The spirit guide dares Hannah to protect the old ways that she has long loved. To do that means risking her heart. For her only ally in the Wampanoag world and the spirit world may be the very man who wants her gone from both . . .