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Chosen Woman

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Gifted with her Cheyenne grandfather's Sight, Fawn is known as "the Chosen Woman," a catalyst for change in the lives of her people. But she never guesses that the rough-and-tumble Jack Dillon is the red fox she's often seen in her dreams and a man destined to change her own life.
Mass Market Paperback, 306 pages
Published June 30th 2009 by Leisure Books
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As romance novels go, I thought this one was pretty typical of the genre. I felt the story was poorly introduced...the book begins with no description of where the characters are and never really explains what provoked their initial actions. Too many words were used on the romance aspect of the story and too few used to develop the characters or the plot or the setting.
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Working my way through college provided great life experiences for a novelist. One problem. I didn’t know I was destined to write books. Instead, I floundered around during and after receiving my B.A. and M.A. in history from the University of Missouri. None of my wide variety of jobs satisfied me: cashier for a loan company, public welfare caseworker, assistant circulation manager
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