Book Reviews of Silver Feather (Signet Historical Romance)

Silver Feather (Signet Historical Romance)
Silver Feather - Signet Historical Romance
Author: Cassie Edwards
ISBN-13: 9780451215970
ISBN-10: 0451215974
Publication Date: 6/7/2005
Pages: 336
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 37 ratings
Publisher: Signet
Book Type: Paperback
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Not one of her better reads
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Can't beat Cassie Edwards - she is great!
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I love Cassie Edwards book
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As a young girl in the Mississippi Valley, Diana Turner dreamed of marrying her first love, a Choctaw Indian boy named Silver Feather, whose family was enslaved by her stepfather. But her innocent hopes were shattered when Silver Feather's parents were ruthlessly murdered and he was forced to flee Dettro Manor to save his own life, taking with him the young girl's heart. An excellant story.
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pretty good indian book.
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very good book typical Cassie Edwards
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Love Cassie Edwards!
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a young girl in the mississipi valley diana turner dreamed of marring her first love, a choctaw indian boy,named sliver feather.whose family was enslaved by her stepfather. this is a great read
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As a young girl in the Mississippi Valley, Diana Turner dreamed of marrying her first love, a Choctaw Indian boy named Silver Feather, whosed family was enslaved by her stepfather. But her innocent hopes were shattered when Silver Feather's parents were ruthlessly murdered and he was forced to flee Dettro Manor to save his own life, taking with him the young girls heart....
More than ten years have passed since that fateful day, and Diana is now a woman living alone in a harsh world. Impoverished and desperate,
she disguises herself as a man so she can work as a stagecoach driver. Diane doesn't think she can get much lower- until she receives
the orders to go back to her childhood home and pickup several trunks filled with unknown cargo. And her luck keeps getting worse. She's ambushed on the road by an Indian and taken captive.
An Indian who looks strangely familiar....
Silver Feather
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Another great read. I especially love all of the research that goes into Edwards' books.
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A burning love that even after 10 years is still strong for Diana. She was in love with a Choctaw Indian. Disquised to work to support herself. This story is great American West book.
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I will preface this review with the fact that I am not a Cassie Edwards fan, so my review is negative. After trying to read several of her books over the years I just avoid them altogether now. I think that she has some great story ideas but her writing, in my opinion, reads like a "B" movie. This particular title came to me among a stack of novels someone was getting rid of. Since my mother has become an avid reader of historical romance within the past year I gave this one to her but did not voice my feelings of the author's writing style. I wanted her to form her own opinion and this title was her first attempt at Edwards. She quit reading after the first one-third of the book. I know Ms. Edwards has a loyal fan base. I think mom and I just prefer a stronger style of writing.