Susan Edwards Re-Releases the White Series


L. McMaken
Cincinnati, OH


Susan Edward’s Native American – Western Romances the White Series is first a story of family, an American family. It is an epic adventure that begins with the first book, White Dawn, on the Missouri River in 1810 where young Emily Ambrose has been abandoned. Rescued from certain death or worse by a rugged trapper, Emily might just get the chance at love she deserves.

Yet, there is another man, Swift Foot in her near future who offers her a heart, a people, and a warmth she’s never known. His path however may not stay joined with hers, and again hearts collide with loyalty to family.

So begins the saga of a family, their trails, tears, triumphs and all the fragile moments they share. The White Series follows several characters in a 12-volume series that winds through an endearing journey of life. It holds true to life in the early 1800’s wilds of the American west, with massacres, death taking many at a young age, hard work, bitter rivalry, and hard won hearts.

Many of Susan’s characters are broken in heart, broken in spirit and struggling to regain their life. Throughout the White Series, the heroes and heroines are genuine, resilient, and believable. The series is filled with Native American lore, historical details of the early 1800’s and tinges of the paranormal.

The first three books of the White series are now available as a re-release from Carina Press.

Susan Edwards was nominated for the Romantic Times Career Achievement Award for Western Historical and the Reviewers’ Choice Best Book Award. Susan lives in Central California with her husband and a houseful of cats, including two rescue kittens who stole her heart. Her other passion is gardening. Through her love of all things Native American, she has designed a twenty-six-foot medicine wheel garden and has “broken ground.” It is a big project but one that she loves. You can follow her progress on her website. Susan also loves to knit and join her husband for hikes in the hills when it isn’t too hot outside.

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