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Daniel MacLeod is running for his life from a grizzly bear, and the only one between him and certain death is another enemy - a Shoshone warrior, Red Hawk. Only, Red Hawk doesn't fit in with any of Daniel's preconceived ideas of how 'redskins' should look and act. Born to a French trapper and Shoshone woman, and educated in Boston, Red Hawk's dream to live with his people...more
Kindle Edition, 100 pages
Published (first published September 23rd 2010)
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Feliz
The story opens with Red Hawk returning to his mother’s Shoshone tribe from his exile in the “white man’s” world. He experiences a surprisingly warm welcome there, particularly from the chief’s younger brother, Fighting Bear, with whom he soon falls in love. Their happy yet secret relationship comes to a sad and sudden end when Fighting Bear dies in a fight against white soldiers. Red Hawk takes his lover’s murderer captive, but he is expelled from the Shoshone when he finds himself unable to ki...more
Alina
Beautiful story :)

Both men had been lonely and had their fair share of loss, but finally they found solace and comfort in each other. Touching and heartwarming book!
Lee
Frontier Men is the story of two men and their unique and unexpected relationship during the turbulent 19th century in the wild west of the United States. I liked the book and thought the characters were nicely done, but the villains in the story seemed a bit stereotypical and really detracted from the story. Overall I thought the book was a good read and I give Frontier Men four stars.
Melanie
I really enjoyed this book. There are two complaints I have. The beginning was kind of random and the ending kind of fell short.
But other than that, the story was very interesting. Especially with one male Indian and one white male. *snickers*

Oh and my other favorite piece...the review on amazon.com for this book. They made me laugh...
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J.P. Bowie was born and raised in Aberdeen, Scotland. He wrote his first (unpublished) novel – a science fiction tale of brawny men and brawnier women that made him a little suspect in the eyes of his family for a while.

Leaving home at age eighteen for the bright lights of London, he found himself in the midst of a “diverse and creative crowd” that eventually led him to the performing arts. For th...more
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