Book Reviews of Sioux Slave (Zebra Books)

Sioux Slave (Zebra Books)
Sioux Slave - Zebra Books
Author: Georgina Gentry
ISBN-13: 9780821738962
ISBN-10: 0821738968
Publication Date: 9/1/1992
Pages: 447
Rating:
  • Currently 4.7/5 Stars.
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4.7 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
I couldn't put this book down! The book begins with a spoiled southerner "Rand" who gets captured by the Sioux and is given to "Kimi" a widow (who never consumated the marriage) as her husband was killed in the raid that Rand was captured in, on her wedding night. The tribe lets her keep him as a slave, since she has no man to help provide for her. Rand realizes he has to try to make Kimi fall for his charm, his only hope to escape. Kimi's mother is afraid of the looks between the two and sets Rand free, only to take Kimi as a hostage. The two end up having a passionate night and soon after, Rand helps save a brave, before he could get back to his people, and is welcomed into the tribe and becomes Kimi's man. He stays enjoying the freedom of Sioux life and the pleasure between him & Kimi. Later, he's captured by whites and is sent back to his people... Of course there's a happy ending! I won't say more, but this book was interesting from the very first chapter and couldn't get enough of it.
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Widowed on her wedding day, Kimimila swore vengeance on the blue coats who had slain her betrothed. So when the village elders placed the fate of their yellow-haired captive in her hands, the beautiful Sioux maiden eagerly accepted the honor. But as she looked into her prisoner sky-blue eyes, she could not find it in her heart to slay him. For what she felt for him was not the passion of hatred, but the desire a woman feels for the man who has stolen her heart and soul. Through he should have been her enemy, he soon became her lover. And as the heat of their desire burned through the Dakota nights, Kimimila found her destiny in her white warrior's embrace!
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Love all of GG's westerns. She always mixes some history with the story plus a beautiful romance.