“What would you do with her?” asked Running Wolf, already regretting his question. If you did not wish an answer it was better not to ask.
“I would give her a knife and let her steal a horse. And I would bet my first coup feather that she makes it to her camp before we reach ours.”
~Running Wolf, by Jenna Kernan~
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Here’s a snippet from Running Wolf, just for fun.
She looked at him now. “A warrior does not admit to fear.”
“But a woman does. She cries and uses her tears to gather sympathy. Yet you do not.”
“Would that work?”
“It would make you less interesting. And you are very interesting.”
“I do not want your interest.”
He laughed. “Then you should not have unseated one of my warriors.”
(c) 2015, Jenna Kernan, Running Wolf