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Calico Allison Brunning

Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Synopsis: "A man whose heart appears pure shall deceive you. The power he holds over you leads you to evil. You shall denounce the ways of Our Grandmother. Another man comes, whose pure heart beats for you alone, and who has a pure spirit devoted to Our Grandmother. He shall defeat the evil and set you free." A prophecy has been cast against her. In a harsh world deep within the western frontier of Ohio and Kentucky, Calico Marie Turner must learn to survive among the Shawnee and trust the one man who hates her the most, Chief Little Owl Quick as the Wind.

Review: Calico is a wonderfully written historical romance filled with colorful characters and an amazing story. I really enjoyed reading this book because of its rich detail. Bruning does a wonderful job recreating the world of the Shawnee nation, not only is she extremely thorough, but she is extremely knowledgeable on her information of Native Americans. My only complaint is the beginning dragged a little bit. I loved Calico's wild spirit and the struggle with her living adjustments is what really opens everything up in the story. The tension between her and Little Owl Quick As The Wind drew me in immediately. I look forward to the next book in the series which deals with Calico's sister Rose. Overall, I really found this book a great read! If you are a fan of historical fiction with a bit of romance then I highly recommend this book. I also really LOVE the cover.

Available on: B& &
Format: eBook
Source: submitted for review by author for a honest review.
Status: READ
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Allison Bruning
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