She was the lieutenant's daughter; he was the lieutenant's prisoner . . .
But beautiful, golden-haired Marilla could not deny her secret longings for the handsome, red-skinned warrior they called Kohanah. And in the sultry hush of a summer night, Kohanah's dungeon cell became a forbidden paradise of rapturous delight as Marilla surrendered to the fiery ecstasy of his powerful embrace.
Torn apart by the twin forces of evil and injustice, Marilla vowed that nothing would separate her from the fierce yet tender Indian chief . . .
In the savage wilderness of Oklahoma, she dared to defy her family and risk death and disgrace for the love of the only man who could melt her senses in a white-hot inferno of eternal desire . . .