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Defying her family to be with the man she loves, a beautiful Native American makes the fateful decision to marry into the brawling, hell-raising Osage clan. Over three decades, the two will themselves fight to make a place of their own amid an Oklahoma landscape of dust and oil rigs. Through the good and bad times, and through the strength of their five sons, this remarkab ...more
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Published March 1st 1998 by Onyx
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Nov 22, 2014 Chrisl rated it really liked it
An entertaining weekend read, one filled with a large family of characters, spanning several decades of tribulations. Enjoyed the positive ending.

Quote from jacket : "Duty and desire warred in May Rose Fallen Hawk when she made the fateful decision to marry Claude Rainwater. No decent woman had ever married a Rainwater--a brawling, hell-raising clan of dirt-poor Osage--but May Rose had adored Claude ever since she was a child. Now she would defy her family to belong to him, risking her future on
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This is a view of native american lifestyle with trials and tribulations connected with their life. A very enjoyable read.
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Medawar, a North Carolina Cherokee born in Olla, Louisiana, is an award-winning author, artist, lecturer, and historian. She is a member of the Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers and Storytellers, Western Writers, and Sisters In Crime. Among her writings is a mystery series featuring Tay-bodal, a late 19th century Kiowa healer. Medawar attended San Diego State University, and has taught writing at ...more
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