- Sales Rank:224,671
- Format:Kindle eBook
- Language:English (Published)
- Media:Kindle Edition
- Publication Date:November 2, 2011
Winner of the 2012 Will Rogers Medallion Award for Western Fiction. 2012 Spur Award Finalist for Best First Novel. 2012 Willa Award Finalist for Original Softcover Fiction.
When Sarah Cannon joins the pioneers in the Kiowa lands of 1870’s Indian Territory, it’s not the virgin prairie, but the challenges to her young marriage, the ruthless treachery shown the Indians, and their bloody vengeance that ultimately tests her faith and resolve.
SARAH BRYCE CANNON… struggles to conform to society’s definition of the proper wife and mother. When she can no longer watch her children suffer, she listens to her inner voice. A woman in a man’s world, she is not to be denied.
GUS CANNON…distant…unable to express his love. Ill prepared for pioneer life, he fails at every turn.
Unbridled, paints a picture of the struggles of life in the unsettled west, flavored with the regional history of Custer and the 7th Calvary’s Washita Massacre and the Battle of Anadarko. It’s through her friendship with a Kiowa woman that Sarah is made aware of what it means to be Indian in Indian Territory.
Unbridled tells of Sarah Cannon’s struggle against overwhelming odds to build a life for her children and herself in Indian Territory. The only problem that seems insurmountable to the young pioneer woman is the indifference of her own husband. I loved the book.
--Jackie King, author of The Inconvenient Corpse
Tammy Hinton’s cadence makes for a smooth, marvelous read. Add her passion for these ancestors, and Unbridled becomes a terrific book.
––Sharon Ervin, author of Aftermath
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