Book Reviews of Lakota Love Song

Lakota Love Song
Lakota Love Song
Author: Madeline Baker
ISBN-13: 9780739422397
ISBN-10: 0739422391
Pages: 341
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Signet
Book Type: Hardcover
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Really like this one!
Kaylee Matthews finds a wounded Lakota warrior on her familys land and is determined to save the renegades life, no matter the danger or her stepfathers wrath. She secretly cares for Blue Hawk until he is well enough to return to his people. But the time spent together has formed a powerful attraction between them.

Blue Hawk knows he must return to his people. They are in desperate need of guns and supplies. Though he finds Kaylee a great temptation, he knows that by holding her for ransom he can get the money he needs. When the opportunity arises, he brings Kaylee to his village.

Living with the Lakota is an eye-opening experience for Kaylee. She comes to respect and love Blue Hawk and his people enough to marry him and stay among the People.

From the vast ranch lands, to the Battle of the Little Big Horn, Kaylee and Blue Hawk savor every moment together. They have no idea that Blue Hawks greatest enemy is riding with her stepfather to try and rescue her.

Torn between two worlds, her love for her mother and her husband, Kaylee strives to find a way to bring everyone in her life together in peace.
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A Daring Rescue
When Kaylee Matthews finds a wounded Lakota worrior on her family's property, she knows she must help him-even though it mean concealing him from her watchful stepfather. As she secretly tends to the strangers injury, Kaylee feels a powerful attraction to this handsome, mysterious man-one that opens her eyes to an entirely new destiny....
A Forbidden Desire
Alone and weakened in the land of his enemy, Blue Hawk is determined to return to his village. Every moment he stays with Kaylee, the risk of discovery grows-but so does his desire for his lovely rescuer. She is his only hope of getting back to his people alive, and when she offer to come with him, he can't refuse....
A Divided Land
Kaylee and Blue Hawk's shared passion soon sparks into an all-consuming love. But in a land divided by hatred and fear, it will take ll their courage to protect the future they cherish....
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This is a very true written book, shows excellent romance, and great depiction of what it would be like to be romanced by a native american. Excellent Reader.
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Wonderful.
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A Western Indian romance
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When Kaylee Matthews finds a wounded Lakota warrior on her family's property, she knows she must help him even though it means concealing him from her watchful stepfather. As she cecretly tends to the stranger's injury, Kaylee feels a powerful attraction to his handsome, mysterious man one that opens her eyes to an entirly new destiny.
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If you like Indian books this is a good one.When Kaylee Matthews finds a wounded Lakota warrior on her family property,She knows she must help him-even though it means concealing him from her watchful stepfather.As she secretly tends to the stranger's injury,Kaylee feels a powerful attraction to this handsome man.
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When Kaylee Matthews finds a wounded Lakota warrior on her family's property, she knows she must help him -- even though it means concealing him from her watchful stepfather.
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When Kaylee Mathews finds a wounded Lakota warrior on her family's property, she knows she must help him.
Alone and Weakend in the land of his enemy, Blue Hawk is determined to return to his village.