Linda Acaster
Beneath The Shining Mountains
September 18, 2018 Comments.. 366
Beneath The Shining Mountains Lover I have no lover I am chaste There s not a man alive who can entice me Moon Hawk is playing a dangerous game Her heart is set on Winter Man but why would a man with so many lovers want to take a

  • Title: Beneath The Shining Mountains
  • Author: Linda Acaster
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 260
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Lover I have no lover I am chaste There s not a man alive who can entice me Moon Hawk is playing a dangerous game Her heart is set on Winter Man, but why would a man with so many lovers want to take a wife Challenging his virility captures Winter Man s attention, but in a village of skin tipis where every word is overheard their escalating game of tease and spar soon Lover I have no lover I am chaste There s not a man alive who can entice me Moon Hawk is playing a dangerous game Her heart is set on Winter Man, but why would a man with so many lovers want to take a wife Challenging his virility captures Winter Man s attention, but in a village of skin tipis where every word is overheard their escalating game of tease and spar soon spirals beyond control, threatening Moon Hawk and her family with ridicule and shame Is this Winter Man s intention Or are they both dancing to another s tune From buffalo hunting to horse raiding, this is a story of honour among rival warrior societies, and one woman s determination to wed the man of her dreams.86,000 words heat level sensual Beneath the Shining Mountains should be listed with the Classics The story mesmerized me, with its rich detail and strong emotions Celia Yeary, Western Romance writer.

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    1 Blog on “Beneath The Shining Mountains

    1. AimlessLady says:

      This was a really good read. I like the arc of the hero. Well done. I enjoyed the heroine, too, although I wish she would have had a bit more backbone to stand up to the hero. Still, a great read. I wish the author wrote more Native American romances starring native heroines.

    2. Stuart Aken says:

      In ‘Beneath the Shining Mountains, Linda Acaster brings to life a tribal myth of the Native Americans in a way that thoroughly engages the reader. Always meticulous and comprehensive in her research, Linda has managed to catch the attitudes, beliefs and customs of these proud and ancient peoples, employing a love story to bring alive a tradition now sadly lost. Her heroine is drawn with such empathy that the reader feels every doubt, every triumph, every sorrow and every passion as she strives [...]

    3. LK Hunsaker says:

      I love to find other authors I can call literary romance, and when there is an added historical aspect and when they are very well written, I have to just say Read This One.This is my second Linda Acaster read and I will be following everything else she puts out. A top notch indie author with another not to miss story.

    4. Alicia Rodriguez says:

      Nothing about this story was wrong for me. I will read it over and over again.

    5. Lindsay Townsend says:

      'Beneath The Shining Mountains' is set during the 1830s in North America, on thelands of the Apsaroke. It opens with the heroine, Moon Hawk, who is restless.She hopes Winter Man, a Good Man of the Apsaroke and member of the dashing Foxwarrior clan, will bring horses to her father in exchange for her hand inmarriage. She and her mother devise a way to snare Winter Man's interest, butMoon Hawk has another suitor and he is less than honourable orgood.'Beneath The Shining Mountains' takes the reader [...]

    6. Toni says:

      This story is a bit of a novelty for two reasons: It was written by a Brit, and it doesn’t feature a single White Man in it. There’s a mention of the “hairy-faced men from the North,” traders, no doubt, but that is all, and that’s refreshing, because this is a story of Native Americans on their own, unbothered by conquest by other races, living, loving, and surviving in an era before they were exploited and robbed of their lands and heritage. It’s a lovely story, interesting in its b [...]

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