Walk through Doors to the Past via a series of historical stories of romance and adventure.
Upon receiving word that her long-estranged father has passed away, Dani Sango inherits the former art forger’s entire estate. Among his many pieces of artwork are a series of obviously Native American drawings and paintings, which lead her to research St. Augustine of 1875. White Elk is transported to Florida to join other Cheyenne braves already being held in Fort Marion. Sally Jo Harris is at the fort teaching the Indians. When a friendship develops between them and false accusations fly, it could cost them their lives. Can Dani discover how their story ends and how it shaped her own father’s life?
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As you start page turning these pages, and this does become a page turner looking for answers.
A father that left you, and is now deceased, and your his heir. That is what happens to Dani Sango, and what a lot of doors open to change her life, and we are there to see it happen.
The really upsetting part of this story is how we treated Native Americans, but keep reading!
The author does a wonderful job of weaving this story all together, but it takes awhile for the answers!
I received this book through Net Galley and the Publisher Barbour, and was not required to give a positive revi
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