John Smith, overseas adventurer, feels that something else awaits him. His destiny leads him to the colony of Virginia "his wife, his child and his home" where he is a distrusted Paleface and a demi-god, and where his life is saved by the beautiful half-wild Pocahontas.
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THE POWHATAN PRINCESS AND THE PALEFACE – SHE IS PREPARED TO LAY DOWN HER LIFE FOR HIM, BUT WILL HE ACCEPT HER LOVE?
John Smith has rejected the path that has been set for him – a quiet life as a gentleman farmer in the England of James I. He dreams of adventure and his dream takes him across Europe, where he suffers the triumphs and hardships of war, from military glory to imprisonment by the cruel Turks. Wherever he goes there are women who long for him to stay, but all the time he knows that something else awaits him, over the seas yet again.
At last, John Smith's destiny takes him to the new colony of Virginia, where he finds joy and bitterness, fulfilment and disaster, where he is a distrusted Paleface and a demi-god, and where he is saved from death by the beautiful, half-wild Pocahontas.About the Author:
Jean Plaidy, who died in January 1993, was one of the world’s best-loved writers of romantic and historical fiction. She was also known to millions as Philippa Carr and Victoria Holt.
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Book Description HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110006499112