Handsome, hunky, Potawatomis Indian
Freedom, Love And Evil
Hannah Kody is a fiercely independent 18-year-old tomboy that is tall and lanky. Hannah does not consider herself a beauty. She craves freedom and wants to control her own destiny without parental or sibling interference.
Trying to tame her nature, her parents placed her in a nunnery. Plotting to return home, her parents arrive to send Hannah to her brother, Chuck. Hannah needs to be his eyes, he is going blind on his ranch in the Kansas territory.
Kansas represents freedom to Hannah, to ride as wild as the wind and do as she pleases. Chuck’s ranch borders the Potawatomis Indian Village; Hannah is fascinated by the Indian People. When Strong Wolf arrives at the ranch, Hannah sees a muscular, strong, handsome warrior who is next in line for Chief.
Attraction strikes at once. Tiny, Chucks foreman is pure evil and will not stop until he runs the Indians off their land and take Chuck’s ranch as well. Strong Wolf has secrets and another enemy in a Sioux warrior seeking revenge for his father death.
Thus begins the tale of Strong Wolf and Hannah. Author Cassie Edwards has created a book filled with strife, family and tribal love, prejudice, evil men with evil intentions, revenge, a strong hero and heroine in Strong Wolf and Hannah, and red-hot passion.
Characters, Plotting, And Development:
The trials of the Potawatomis just keep coming in this book, Ms. Edwards has filled this story with trials and tribulations for Strong Wolf and Hannah. The action is non-stop.
Thru it all the one constant is the love between Strong Wolf and Hannah. Ms. Edwards gave us a look into the tribal life of the Potawatomis Indians and into the family structure and traditions which was enlightening. Her plotting, pacing and development were on par with the story.
I would recommend this book for young adults to adults due to sexual content.
I received a copy of this from the publisher and Netgalley in return for an honest book review.