In this spirited romance, New York Times best-selling author Heather Graham draws on her love for Florida and its rich history. This lusty tale of intrigue and passion, set in the tumultuous years of the Indian Wars, shimmers with the colorful energy of Florida's vibrant landscapes. Teela Warren is a southern beauty, raised in the gentility of a vast plantation. When she first travels to the Florida Territory, she is overwhelmed by its exotic wilderness. And when she encounters half-breed James McKenzie there, her desires are aroused in ways that are as strange and wonderful as the untamed countryside. But their love is perilous, and war threatens to put them on opposite sides of the bloodshed. Captive has won the praise of romance readers nationwide with its provocative tale of love and war. Bringing to life the Europeans and Native Americans who struggled to control Florida during the turbulent first half of the nineteenth century, Heather Graham has captured all the perils and excitement of one of the fiercest struggles for territory in our history.
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"Travel to untamed, early-nineteenth-century Florida where the U.S. Army fights the Seminole and Creek Indians. Teela Warren, gentle, loving daughter of the sadistic Michael Warren, head of the Army in Florida, falls in love with James, a handsome, half-Seminole brave. In his well-practiced manner, George Guidall portrays the love, anguish and honor, as well as the murder and privation, of the Indians and Army men. Guidall brings this sizzling romance to life with his strong, smooth, sensual voice, one emotion echoing off the next. CAPTIVE's romantic setting, combined with Graham's word choice and Guidall's narration, ensnares the listener till the end. M.B.K. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine"
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