PublishAmerica presents 'Native Dreams'

FREDERICK, Md. - PublishAmerica is proud to present "Native Dreams" by Melinda Elmore of Crossville, Tenn.

Precious Hawk is viciously taken from her people and forced to live in the white world with a man named John Altan, causing inner turmoil. Many years later, Cloud Feather, a perfect stranger, arrives to work on her husband's ranch. Experience the awe when Cloud Feather rescues Precious Hawk, who has come to him in many of his dreams. His heart is to return Precious Hawk to her ancestral lands where she belongs.

On the run, the daring couple nearly lose their lives. Cloud Feather is gravely wounded. He is taken to his village in hope that Red Wing, a medicine man, can save his life. All the while, Precious Hawk is with child, Cloud Feather's child.

But Precious Hawk knows the evilness of Altan. Will he ever leave her alone?

The Great Spirit joins their love, faith keeps their minds hopeful, and their spiritual guides deliver guidance.

Melinda Elmore is a writer, a wife, and the mother of two. "Native Dreams" reveals the turbulent times of the 1800s and the hardships that Native Americans had to face.

Elmore is a freelance writer for the Navajo Hopi Observer in Flagstaff.

PublishAmerica is the home of 30,000 talented authors. PublishAmerica is a traditional publishing company whose primary goal is to encourage and promote the works of new, previously undiscovered writers. Like more mainstream publishers, PublishAmerica pays its authors advances and royalties, makes its books available in both the United States and Europe through bookstores, and never charges any fees for its services. PublishAmerica offers a distinctly personal, supportive alternative to vanity presses and less accessible publishers.

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