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by Gayle Rogers

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ISBN:
0440175682
Author:
Gayle Rogers
Category:
Genre Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Dell Pub Co (February 1, 1977)
EPUB book:
1149 kb
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1457 kb
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1286 kb
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Rating:
4.4
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It would be a beautiful day, and the night of their ceremony would be a beautiful night, with the moon just twenty-four hours from being full.

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The tale of a beautiful white girl who is captured by the Blackfoot Indian warrior Nakoa, and of their stormy relationship as she struggles against her growing love for her captor and he struggles against the customs of his people. A large cast of vivid characters surrounds the young lovers as they work out their fates.

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Next book . Nakoa's Woman. 1972) (The Second Kiss) A novel by Gayle Rogers. A skillfully created historical novel that is both a stirring exploration of the world of the American Indian and an epic love story. It is the tale of a beautiful white girl, Maria, captured by the Blackfoot Indian warrior, Nakoa, and of their stormy relationship as she struggles against her growing love for her captor, and he struggles against the customs of his people to keep her.

The tale of a beautiful white girl who is captured by the Blackfoot Indian warrior Nakoa, and of their stormy relationship as she struggles against her growing love for her captor and he struggles against the customs of his people. A large cast of vivid characters surrounds the young lovers as they work out their fates.
  • Najinn
Read this book in the 1980's and just read it again on Kindle. Wow - what a fantastic author! Loved the story today as much as I did back then. I especially adore our hero Nakoa - what a man! I do have to say our protagonist, Maria, became a little tiresome with her indecision towards the end. Her immaturity, while believing that she is wise, sets off a whole set of events that doesn't end well. Yet, you forgive her because she's truly been through such an ordeal.

I loved the poetry, the songs, the mysticism, the interaction between characters. Nakoa's father, Natosin, is awesome and her little friend Anatsa - I will never forget. This ending will leave you haunted and you'll think of it for days after the last page is turned. If only, Gayle Rogers would have written a sequel . . .

There's simply nothing wrong with this wonderful novel and just everything beautiful! A classic for all time . . .
  • Billy Granson
I read this years and years ago. It was my moms book and I was maybe 10 or 12. The sexual content is really quite mild actually for the most part. But what a story. I also recommend I heard the Owl call My Name. These are 2 of my most favorites.
  • Tebei
I was looking forward to re-reading this book from years ago. Unfortunately, the kindle edition has been poorly transcribed and is missing sections/pages
  • The Apotheoses of Lacspor
Still I can't figure out what exactly connected the two main characters, apart from physical attraction and a vision, which the heroine's character does not support, given that natives are very spiritual people. Still, there is action and a certain interaction of heroes which keeps the reader alert.
  • Bloodhammer
I've read the story before, and I'm looking forward to reading it again, however I'm disappointed with the condition of the book. It was listed as being in very good condition, but it's more like fair than anything. The cover is tattered and worn with raggedy edges. I'll keep it, but not real pleased with the overall condition.
  • Mr.Champions
I became so engrossed once I started reading this book. I especially enjoyed the wisdom that was intertwined throughout the story. At one point I did start to get annoyed with Maria but that did not last too long. The ending left me wanting more.
  • Knights from Bernin
I absolutely loved this book. I also purchased Gladyce with a "C" as it was mentioned that it was a sequel to Nakoa's Woman. Who said this? This book had nothing to do with Nakoa's Woman. The only fault with this book was the ending. Who died/lived? If anyone else knows I would appreciate letting me know. I have read a lot of Native American Romance and this was beautiful.
I have read this book several times,it is truly haunting.I love it,& I will probably read it again.I recommend this book to everyone who truly loves a good romance novel.It will truly touch you.