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This was quite a different read as compared to the previous two books. Ivy was visually disabled and she left the protective circle of her sisters and their husbands to run away and explore the world. But she was kidnapped and soon saved by the Lakota chief Hotah, who was searching for his own brother.
My third book by author Kat Flannery, the story showed the tough times for the native Indians who had to leave their land and make life elsewhere. In such prickly times, two hurt individuals found themselves along with an orphaned baby and Hotah’s niece. Love blossomed quickly along with an insta-family.
The story developed well in some parts where Ivy’s capabilities were shown. In spite of being visually challenged, she could manage to fend for herself and the baby on the wild lands. Hotah provided the support and the confidence she needed.
Her sisters seemed overprotective and babied her to the point of keeping her a prisoner, though I failed to understand why. Both the previous books showed them to be independent and intelligent far beyond their times.
The story has its twists with the wicked brother and the final fight with the general before HEA. At less than 200 pages it gave me a short story about the last sister. Overall, a good read.
I received a free ARC from Laura and author Kat, and this is my journey into its pages, straight from the heart!! STRICTLY HONEST AND UNBIASED.
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Kat Flannery’s love of history shows in her novels. She is an avid reader of historical, suspense, paranormal, and romance. A member of many writing groups including the National Romance Writers of America (RWA), Kat enjoys promoting other authors on her blog. When she’s not busy writing, or marketing Kat volunteers her time to other aspiring authors. She’s been published in numerous periodicals throughout her career, and continues to write for blogs and online magazines. A bestselling author, Kat’s books are available all over the world. The BRANDED TRILOGY is Kat’s award-winning series. With seven books published, Kat continues to write two novels a year.
Ivy Montgomery is tired of her sister’s constant nagging and protectiveness. Blind, she decides to escape in the middle of the night when she is captured and brought far from home. With no understanding of the outside world, Ivy must use her keen abilities to navigate the wilderness around her. Anger and hopelessness are her only defenses against the things she cannot do. Until she meets a strong-minded Lakota Chief, who will not let her cower to the blindness any longer. Lakota Sioux Chief of the Paha Sapa, Hotah is on a hunt for his brother, Kangi. Cast from their tribe five years before, Kangi has grown a dark spirit and a hatred for all white people. Now on reserved land, Hotah makes a deal with the General to capture his brother in return for his people to have the provisions they need. After rescuing Ivy, he promises to take her home, but danger is near and Hotah soon realizes it is not just his brother he should fear.
Publication Date: 28th January 2019
Publisher: Picco Press
Just a kidnapping by Indians would make a strong story, but adding blindness to the mix really ramps up the plot. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on this one.
Aww thank you so much… This was a very short book done in an hour…
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Yayyy that’s fantastic thank you so much ❤️ 😘 💃💃
I don’t think this is for me, but nice review Shalini.
You don’t like romance? Hehehe since it was 120 pages I took it up
I do like some, but mostly if it’s mixed with murder and mayhem.😏
You are one of the few who can make me want to read histfic!! Brilliant review! x
Thank you so much ❤️ this was my first time 🤷♀️
You don’t often read American Westerns
I am transforming.. 😂 😂
Well don’t think this is a book for me, but did enjoy reading your post as always 😘😊
Ummm you don’t love romances?
Lol, I love real life romances, and I love romantic movie❤️😘 But just not a huge fan of romance novels 😊
Me too… But I have started reading them
Sounds like a good book.
It was fun
It was quite fun
Wow. Sounds like an interesting concept. Great review, my love!
Thank you so much ❤️