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Lakota Princess ➸ [Reading] ➺ Lakota Princess By Karen Kay ➭ – Thomashillier.co.uk Torn from the Lakota tribe that raised her and the passionate warrior she promised to marry, Estrela is unable to forget her lost love, until an attempt on her life brings her back to the forbidden ar Torn from the Lakota tribe that raised her and the passionate warrior she promised to marry, Estrela is unable to forget her lost love, until an attempt on her life brings her back to the forbidden arms of Black Bear.


About the Author: Karen Kay

Multi published author of American Indian Historical Romances, Karen Kay aka Gen Bailey, has been praised by reviewers and fans alike for bringing the Wild West alive for her readersKaren Kay, whose great grandmother was a Choctaw Indian, is honored to be able to write about something so dear to her heart, the American Indian culture With the power of romance, I hope to bring about an awareness of the American Indian s concept of honor, and what it meant to live as free men and free women There are some things that should never be forgotten Find Karen Kay online at novels by karenkay.



10 thoughts on “Lakota Princess

  1. Heather *Undercover Goth Queen* Heather *Undercover Goth Queen* says:

    DNF around page 160, skimmed until page 300 because I was on a plane and I couldn t figure out the rest of the crossword puzzle.I am SO TIRED of heros who make demands of the heroine and then interrupt them when they try to answer I m tired of heros who jump to ridiculous conclusions and then refuse to let the heroine explain.This book made itself out to be sort of a fairy tale But it was not sweet, nor was it romantic The characters were flat and the plot was a bit muddled since very little DNF around page 160, skimmed until page 300 because I was on a plane and I couldn t figure out the rest of the crossword puzzle.I am SO TIRED of heros who make demands of the heroine and then interrupt them when they try to answer I m tired of heros who jump to ridiculous conclusions and then refuse to let the heroine explain.This book made itself out to be sort of a fairy tale But it was not sweet, nor was it romantic The characters were flat and the plot was a bit muddled since very little information was given untilthan halfway through Sometimes the wind literally spoke to the characters to move the story along.Obviously the white girl is the epitome of all things the Lakota value.NOT IMPRESSED.The author s note mentions the book Eight Years Travel and Residence in Europe by George Catlin, which Kay used for research It sounds a lotinteresting than this book


  2. Kelly Tyree Kelly Tyree says:

    I just loved Lakota Princess I enjoyed the characters and the story Estrela was taken from England as a young child with her Earl companion They were on the run from danger They found safety in a Lakota village Estrela remained there and was raised there As she became a young teenager, she was taken from the Lakota village back to England On the way there, the Earl becomes sick and makes Estrela enter into a marriage contract with someone she has never met The problem was, she was promis I just loved Lakota Princess I enjoyed the characters and the story Estrela was taken from England as a young child with her Earl companion They were on the run from danger They found safety in a Lakota village Estrela remained there and was raised there As she became a young teenager, she was taken from the Lakota village back to England On the way there, the Earl becomes sick and makes Estrela enter into a marriage contract with someone she has never met The problem was, she was promised to her true love, Black Bear Five years later, Black Bear ventures to England to bring his true love Estrela home When he arrives, he learns she is in great danger but from who he cannot determine Estrela tells him she loves him but she cannot return to their old village because of this contract she entered in But Black Bear is determined to keep her safe and to help her see he love for him is deeper than the promise she made The ending was great


  3. Sassafrass Sassafrass says:

    this was a ight, but it really ticked me when when the heroine kept referring to the hero as the Indian I just couldn t get passed that even though it got better later.


  4. Amanda Amanda says:

    I enjoyed this book, but not nearly as much as the author s other books Though I liked this storyline, I was not particularly happy with the main character, Black Bear s, personality He was not nearly as endearing as the rest of Karen Kay s Native American heroes There were times that he was so controlling it wasscary than captivating So, points for originality, but it just didn t leave me swooning like most of Karen Kay s other works.


  5. Mina Mina says:

    Good bookLove can conquer all andit was a good book, I had a hard time staying with the story and events enjoyed it and learnedThank you


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