It's 1780, and stalwart town leader Jacob Blum can't find a wife. The pickings are slim in the North Carolina backcountry, but village elders won't let him choose just anyone. In desperation, he suggests the town foundling, a most unlikely match. To the Cherokee who raised her, she was "Wanders Lost," a white orphan in a land ravaged by revolution. To the Moravians of Salem she was Sister Mary Margaretha, a spirited young woman barely civilized by her years among the prim sisters. To rugged Jacob Blum she was Retha, a blazing beauty who stirred his blood.
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