Posted by : Kinsey Book Reviewer 11.18.2014
Author: Rita KarnoppGenre: Romance, Historical Romance, Native American, M/F
Book Details: novel
Format Reviewed:ebookBlurb: New Territory of Montana 1863. Sarah Bryson’s silent world is destroyed when her so-called fiancé has her kidnapped to prevent his discovery as a gun-runner. After surviving a massacre, she is rescued by Blackfeet warrior, Two Shadows. But in order to reach the safety of his village, they must confront wild animals, ruthless mountain men, treacherous mountain storms, and Crow Indians bent on revenge.
Sarah seeks her true identity as a woman. Two Shadows’ struggles with loyalties divided between his love for a white woman and his devotion to his tribe. Whispering Sun captures a time when the Blackfeet are forced to see their way of life disappear. It’s a story where it’s possible for a white woman to decide she belongs with a loving people and a Blackfeet warrior. It’s a story that shows how a half-breed can choose an alliance and find his place in a colliding world.
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My Review: I love history and Native American history seems to be one of my weaknesses. So, when a friend offered to lend this to me, I had to snag it up to read. After reading, I have mixed emotions about the book.
Sarah has struggled her entire life for one reason or another, the main on being her parents not loving her. Her situation and inner turmoil was made believable by the author. Her hero, changing between the names of Dirk and Two Shadows, prefers life as a member of the Blackfeet tribe.
About half the book they aren't even together, but the story is OK. While not always flowing smoothly and not always historically accurate (even a mention of a date was in the wrong century). The parts where they are together, she saves him something like three times. While I do like a strong, not whiny female character, I definitely do not like them saving their men, especially several times.
The beginning moved slowly and the ending seemed rush. However, in the end, it wasn't a terrible read if I exclude my own history knowledge and the multiple saves by the woman.