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Carol Ann Didier Publishes Book 2 of Her Highly Praised Apache Warrior Series

Writing about the Old West and its first Americans has been the passion project of Carol Ann Didier.

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“Can love and its promises endure the fires of the Apache Wars?”

Carol Ann Didier followed up with the second installment of her Apache Warrior Series, “Apache Promise.

Since she was 12 years old, Didier has been fascinated with Native American culture. Today, she has been writing historical romances on the subject for over 10 years. Her biggest passion project is the much-praised Apache Warrior Series, a Native American historical saga that talks about the adventures of a Baltimore belle and the Apache warrior she had fallen for.

Set after her tribal marriage to Kayto, Amanda Carroll is suddenly forced to find her way to an uncle in Tucson after her new husband has been called to go on the warpath by the fearsome Apache leader Cochise. Despite Kayto’s promise to return, Amanda must struggle with the severe racial tensions of her white family in the midst of the historic Apache Wars of the 1800s. Complicating things further is another romance between Amanda’s sister Candice and an old gambler acquaintance from her stagecoach days. In the end, will the promises being made endure the fires of war now engulfing the state?

Readers have praised Didier’s novels for not only being rich in prose but also in history. Prior to publishing, she had stayed on several Apache, Navajo, and Sioux reservations for numerous summers. It is why, by the time she started writing, much of the knowledge she gained just flowed out. And as with many Old West romances, her books cover the topic of forbidden love between two different races and how it still prevails in spite of color or culture.

Carol Ann Didier’s “Apache Promise” is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

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“Apache Promise”
Author | Carol Ann Didier
Published date | July 27, 2019
Publisher | Independently Published
Genre | Native American Literature

Author Bio

Someone asked Carol Ann Didier how she became so interested in Native American Indians and this was her reply—“At 12 years-of-age, I fell in love with a dead actor who played a dead Indian.” It was the movie star Jeff Chandler who played the part of the Chiricahua Apache leader, Cochise, in the movie “Broken Arrow” made in the l950’s. After that every term paper or book report she did in school was about the westward expansion and Apache Indians.

Her passion has always been the American West and its first Americans. She has been writing historical romances for over 10 years and is happy to present the whole series of four books: “Apache Warrior” published by Kensington in 2008, followed by “Apache Promise,” the story of the great Indian Chief Cochise at war, lovers torn apart, and a land on fire. That was followed by “Apache Winter” and the last in the series, “Apache Lover.”

“Navajo Night,” Kensington Books, 2009 is about a Holy Man and a preacher’s daughter from Virginia. It covers the tragic period in Navajo history called “The Long Walk” when Col. Christopher (Kit) Carson rounded up 4,000 Navajos and marched them from their homeland to a barren plain in southern New Mexico. It was very similar to the Cherokee “Trail of Tears” and was a sad, failed attempt to Christianize and Americanize the Navajo. Two more books follow this Holy Man and his family in Navajo Dawn and Navajo Sunset.

Another series in her Native American historical romances includes stories about the Shoshone tribe and is set in Wyoming during the 1840’s. This series includes two books: “Shoshone Sunrise,” and “Shoshone Desire” and the story of the great Shoshone Chiefs of that era.

Her stories are about the taboo love between a Native American male and a white woman in the 1800’s of Southwest America. Her stories prove that love knows no color, creed or race; it happens in the heart when and where you least expect it, and if allowed to grow, can conquer differences in culture, hatred, and personal loss. In her stories she includes real historical facts and figures what were pertinent to the territory at the time, as well as the beliefs, customs, and culture of the tribe she’s writing about.

She belongs to a local writers group, Space Coast Writers’ Guild, and served on their board as secretary for eight years and now remains as a member. She has also been published in Charisma and Literary Lift-Off magazines. In her spare time she writes inspirational vignettes, verses for greeting cards, and stories for her grandchildren. She resides on the East Coast of Florida. Her website is: and she would love to hear from readers.

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