"Paranormal elements augment a powerful historical tale"
West of the Plymouth Colony lies the smaller settlement of
Kickemuit. The residents and the Wampanoag tribe have
lived in harmony for years until the growth of the village
began to strain relations. Indians are no longer welcome
in the town's tavern run by Hannah Chaffe and her father.
The Wampanoag incited by their leader attack the village
and burn down the
tavern. Hannah is brought to the clan village of Attuck-
quoch where Quiapen adopts her and changes her name to
Seaki. She is expected to become the wife of Maugin who
wants nothing to do with an Englishwoman named for the real
Seaki who is buried with his heart. Hannah also wants
nothing to do with her intended. Instead she wants to find
the young girl who worked in the tavern with her. For two
people with no desire to mate, they seem to share visions
about their true feelings. Honesty is the only way to
DAUGHTER OF THE FOX is a fascinating exotic
Colonial romance that provides the audience an incredible
look at the early stages of this country's development.
From the start, J.A. Ferguson captures her audience's
attention and never allows it to waiver, as the paranormal
elements augment a powerful historical tale that feels
real. Ms. Ferguson is already known as one of the top guns
of the historical romance and this tale shows her ability
to widen the envelope.