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Wind Warrior pdf Wind Warrior , ebook Wind Warrior , epub Wind Warrior , doc Wind Warrior , e-pub Wind Warrior , Wind Warrior dd084d0f252 The VisionHe D Been Named Wind Warrior And Called The Savior Of His Blackfoot People But The Mystical Power That Filled Him Awoke His Brother S Hatred And Envy Dull Knife Would Do Anything To Take What Was HisThe WomanSlender And Lovely, The White Captive Had Long Ago Caught Wind Warrior S Eye She Was The Kind Of Beauty Who Could Make A Man Forget All Else In The Exquisite Pleasures Of The Night But When Dull Knife Plotted To Steal Her Away, The Rivalry Between The Two Brothers Would Come To A Head, A Prophecy Would Be Fulfilled And With Her Daring Rescue, A Great Passion Would Be Born

10 thoughts on “Wind Warrior

  1. says:

    One of the worst romances I ve read Contrived plot, one dimensional characters, and the most anticlimactic climax ever There s really bad fan fiction better written than this drivel.

  2. says:

    One of the worst Western Indian romances I ve read in years She makes Cassie Edwards look good.

  3. says:

    4.5 starsThis was my first by O Banyon and it will not be my last for sure I am glad to find out that much of her back list is now available on kindle I picked this as my prime loan for this month to see if I would like the writing and now I know I love it I assumed this was written a while back, mainly because I don t really come across these sweeping native american historical romances any in the new releases But it looks like this was first published in 2010 And that is good news It means these types of romance are still being written today I have been going back to somewhat older stuff lately to find the real immersing historical romances Somehow the new stuff is lacking some of the drama and epic ness, for lack of a better word This one has all of what I ask for in a romance with the NA theme The struggles, some ugliness, the spirituality, nature, growing love, heartache longing, culture and happiness It starts out dark and painful and the way to happiness is not easy and covered with sharp rocks But those are the kind of romances I love I want there to be some depth to it, some meaning I read this in almost one sitting It was such a page turner and such a pleasure to read It had just the right combination of everything and the sense of adventure I was looking for I really didn t want it to end I ll be reading of this author soon and I am happy to see there is an extensive back list to pick from with many different settings.

  4. says:

    Great readThis was a great story very fresh the book was so good I read it in a day just couldn t put it down laundry backed up now I ve got to pay for it but it was worth it can t wait to read one of her other books do yourself a favor and read this book it s great and the characters are very strong wonderful wonderful book

  5. says:

    Great finishI enjoyed reading a description of the Blackfoot tribe s daily life It was a simplistic time I wish was still possible for the Indian tribes Thank you, Constance,for Wind Warrior and Rain Song Keep writing.

  6. says:

    Good storyline.Compelling characters.Intense love story.Male voice from female narrator a bit grading but tolerable

  7. says:

    I loved the book.I loved the book I thought it kept you interested I thought the plot was great Not graphic sex.

  8. says:

    CuriousHas ms obannon written anything of the wind warrior characters I would love to see stories about the major.

  9. says:

    A CAPTIVE OF THE BLACKFOOTThe soldiers had attacked and killed many Blackfoot women and children In revenge the chief Broken Lance sends a raiding party on a mission to the fort The war party is to be led by Dull Knife, wanting to impress his chief who had lost his own daughter in the soldiers raid He intends to take a white captive as a gift for Broken Lance.Marianna Bryant is thirteen years old, her and some of the other children and women are having a picnic close to the fort When the Blackfoot warriors strike She and two others are taken captive On the way back to the Blackfoot s village one of the older girls who had not long been married, tries to escape But Dull knife catches her, she is raped and murdered Marianna and Lillian the other girl who is a bit older than Marianna arrive at the village Marianna although just thirteen is strong and brave, and refuses to show fear She has been badly beaten by Dull Knife, but he still offers her as a gift to Broken Lance to replace his lost daughter Another warrior also offers his captive Lillian But when Tall woman Broken Lance s wife chooses Marianna Lillian is furious Marianna doesn t realise that her enemy is her fellow captive Dull Knife s younger brother berates him, for his treatment of Marianna Wind warrior is sixteen years old and when he looks at Marianna he somehow knows that in the future their lives will be connected Wind Warrior s people believe he can foretell the future, he is much respected amongst the Blackfoot This has created a major rift between him and his brother Dull Knife.Having just read another Native American romance by another author This book seemed much realistic on the whole Not always an easy read I did enjoy it Marianna is a great character, the author took us through her teenage years to adulthood, and her life among the Blackfoot tribe Wind Warrior was a little difficult to get to know I couldn t help feeling every time he spoke, it sounded like he was making pronouncements from on high With plenty of other characters to flesh this out And a varied and interesting plot This was a real winner for me.

  10. says:

    3.5 starsThis novel was a toss up between 3 and 4 stars a lovely story, some nice characters and some other not so nice ones, but overall somewhat slow The romantic aspect is truly sweet but took too long to take off, probably because the heroine, at 13, was too young to begin with Loved the hero, Wind Warrior wise beyond his years but very credibly portrayed The heroine, Rain Song a.k.a Marianna is a lovely person as well, just too much of a goodie two shoes to be credible at times Twice did her enemy Spotted Flower a.k.a Lillian try to kill her, yet her reactions are too tepid even for a saint She is also far too timid and childlike in her interaction with Wind Warrior, which made it difficult for the romance aspect of the story to move forward In fact the whole was slow and frustrating, to say the least, but it was still very sweet, and the reader is ready to forgive the author her lackadaisical plot just because these two lead characters are so very endearing.Dull Knife is the perfect villain and the perfect foil to Wind Warrior through most of the novel But his end is too easy and unsatisfactory Even his sudden about turn in the way he treats Rain Song in the end is not very credible Hardly fits his evil bent I think a stand off between the two brothers would have been a better ending to that monster, but that s just my opinion.I also had a problem with the book cover image Despite the flowing dark hair, the hero doesn t look at all like a Native American Wind Warrior was a pure blooded Blackfoot, yet the image on the cover shows a man with white skin, a whiskered face, and a white man s features Pity It does detract a little from the way a reader visualises the hero through the story.Still, for all its flaws I did enjoy this novel very much.

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