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Karen Kay

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Multi-published author of American Indian Historical Romances, Karen Kay aka Gen Bailey, has been praised by reviewers and fans alike for bringing the Wild West alive for her readers.

Karen Kay, whose great grandmother was a Choctaw Indian, is honored to be able to write about something so dear to her heart, the American Indian culture.

“With the power of romance, I hope to bring about an awareness of the American Indian’s concept of honor, and what it meant to live as free men and free women. There are some things that should never be forgotten.”

Find Karen Kay online at www.novels-by-karenkay.com.
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Karen Kay These is an easy question for me to answer. I'd travel back to the 1800's West. Probably either the Blackfeet, the Lakota, the Cheyenne, the Assiniboi…moreThese is an easy question for me to answer. I'd travel back to the 1800's West. Probably either the Blackfeet, the Lakota, the Cheyenne, the Assiniboine or Crow. Although it might be hard at first to live without modern conveniences, I do believe as a people, we were free then.
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Karen Kay I think the mystery that intrigues me most is how the medicine men in the tribes healed people. I know much of their healing was herbs and such. But t…moreI think the mystery that intrigues me most is how the medicine men in the tribes healed people. I know much of their healing was herbs and such. But they usually only went to herbs to help heal after they had done what I can only think might have been spiritual healing.(less)
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Lakota Surrender (Lakota #1)

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Gray Hawk's Lady (Blackfoot...

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WHITE EAGLE'S TOUCH (Blackf...

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War Cloud's Passion (Legend...

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Proud Wolf's Woman (Lakota #3)

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Night Thunder's Bride (Blac...

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Lone Arrow's Pride (Legenda...

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Wolf Shadow's Promise (Lege...

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Lakota Princess (Lakota #2)

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Iron Wolf's Bride, an excerpt

IRON WOLF'S BRIDE
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Despite the warmth of the evening, the marble flooring of the foyer was cold beneath Jane’s slippers. She was gazing forward, looking out the floor-to-ceiling windows which graced the manor's entryway. Lacy, white curtains framed the windows, and, as Jane reached out to touch their softness, she recalled the feel of a smooth, deerskin bag that Iron Wolf had given her upo Read more of this blog post »
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“to me.” She struck a pose. “And never see you again?” “Aa, so you are planning”
Karen Kay, WOLF SHADOW'S PROMISE

“It is an unwise man who constantly looks into the past to condemn himself. You breathe life today, and it is what you do now that will see you through to tomorrow.”
Karen Kay, Night Thunder's Bride

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