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Wind in the Grasses Dancing by Terrie McClay
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May 28, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: historical-romance, native-american

The beginning of this book had me captivated instantly. It was so easy to fall in love with the characters that I found myself holding my breath at certain moments, needing to read the outcome right away. I would like to thank Terrie McClay for the time and research that had to go into this book. If only my high school teachers could have made history so intriguing *sigh*. Now for some constructive criticism...Towards the end I felt that some of the flow was lost. At the beginning the reading glided so smoothly I fell in love when they fell in love. Then with all the battle scenes I felt as if I was reading a telegram straight from the time era (which in retrospect is a cool idea)and then it was just over. But all in all, I really did enjoy the book.

Perhaps there will be a second one?
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