Book 2 of the Spirit series
Can a spirit set upon this earth to see to the good of the Nimiipuu stay true to justice when revenge burns in his heart?
Wewukiye, the lake spirit, saves a Nimiipuu maiden from drowning and bringing shame to herself and her family. Learning her people ignored her accusations against a White man who took her body, leaving her pregnant, Wewukiye vows to help her through the birth and to prove the White man’s deceit.
Dove slowly heals her heart and her distrust as Wewukiye, the warrior with hair the color of the sun, believes in her and helps her restore her faith in her people and herself.
On their quest for justice, Dove reveals spiritual abilities, ensnaring Wewukiye’s respect and awe. But will these abilities seal their future or tear them apart?
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Though I had to put myself into another culture and way of life I could hardly put it down. The characters, Dove and Wewukiye are wonderful and very real. The secondary characters add a nice flare to the story and some good humor.The historical details and perspectives are very intriguing and cause a person to contemplate. I recommend this book to anyone who likes a good romance with a Native American twist. I hope you enjoy it as I have.
The book will keep you going from first page to last.
A lot can be learned about our Indian Ancestry. My Great Grandmother was a full blooded Indian. Yet the way the story ended was surprising. But I know Indiians believe in spirits of their people roam the earth watching over them.