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In Juliet Waldron's Genesee, published by Books We Love, Genesee, Born to a runaway teen and Iroquois Warrior, struggles to find her place, her loyalties eternally torn between two warring peoples. When the American Revolution sets the Mohawk Valley ablaze, will a young soldier’s love prove strong enough to save her?

GENESEE is an extraordinary book about love, hardship an
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Kindle Edition, 241 pages
Published (first published 2002)
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Sydell Voeller
May 12, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Genesee is a superbly written novel. The story's core conflict (Genesse's struggle to fit in to two warring cultures) is dramatically portrayed, interwoven by her budding romance with an American Revolution captain.
Kim Murphy
Nov 14, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Born of an Iroquois father and a Dutch runaway, Genesee is caught between two worlds. In Albany, she is drawn into her mother's world and courts the handsome Alex Dunbar, but the Revolutionary War separates them. Genesee returns to the frontier and wonders if she will ever see Alex again.

Genesee is a wonderful blend of history and romance. Well researched, and I never guessed how the story would end.
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May 26, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: location-books
nice romance story. Great with the history and location of the area. nice light reading.
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Juliet Waldron was baptized in the Yellow Spring of a unique Ohio farm town. After some years in an upstate New York farmhouse with a resident ghost, she began to travel with her Auntie Mame mother, who flamboyantly adored history and grand opera.

Returning to the States, got married and raised sons, eventually working at jobs ranging from artist's model to power-suited Merrill Lynch “girl.” Then,
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