Birdsinger's Woman [Birdsinger Series Book 1]
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by Sherry Derr-Wille
Category: Romance/Historical Fiction
Description: When Kit Lancer made the trip from Madison to Peoria for an Indian pow-wow, she never expected to find herself in an ancient Indian village with an ancient people. Transported through time by a bolt of lightning and a crack of thunder, she soon realizes she cannot return to the twenty-first century and the life she once led. Atiko, is surprised to find a strange woman lying on the beach below the bluff where he is standing. He is awed by this Spirit Woman from the future and soon finds himself hopelessly in love with her. When fate rips her from his arms he realizes he will do anything to make her his own, including giving up his freedom. This is the first book in the historical romance / time travel series, and is followed by sequels Snapping Turtle's Honor and Wildcat's Hunger. All three books may be read independently of the other titles, and all three books are currently available.
eBook Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press, 2004 WHISKEY CREEK PRESS
eBookwise Release Date: February 2005
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Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [321 KB]
Reading time: 230-323 min.
"This book is AWESOME! So rich in detail of the Native American traditions, it is obvious that the author has spent a great deal of time in research. Sherry Derr-Wille is truly a gifted author with an amazing amount of imagination. Her characters are lively, feisty, and totally believable ... This reviewer just about swoons at the sheer thought of having such a man in her life! Birdsinger's Woman is a delight in every way. Clear you whole afternoon for this one because once you start to read, you won't be able to stop. Heart wrenching in parts, this reviewer cried with the turmoil these characters felt. Humorous in parts, this reviewer laughed at their antics. Not to mention the true love romance that these two characters share. What more could you ask for? Very highly recommended and totally worthy of this 5 angel rating."--Penny, Fallen Angel Reviews
"I can't believe you're going to drive for four hours to go to some animal park and watch a bunch of Indian wanna-be's dance around in a circle," Elaine commented.
Kit closed her suitcase. "They aren't 'wanna-be's' as you put it and besides, it's a tradition. My dad and I have been going to the powwow ever since Mom died."
"But your dad has been dead for five months."
"I know, but this is something I have to do." Silently she added, as much as I'm doing this to stay close to Dad, I'm also looking forward to seeing Carter again.
Kit allowed her mind to wander back four years ago, when her father took her to her first powwow. She had been a senior in high school and mourning the death of her mother only a few months earlier. The park had been one of Kit's favorite places to visit as a child, and her father thought it would be a perfect way to celebrate her eighteenth birthday.