Night Thunder's Bride (Blackfoot Warriors #3)
Blackfoot Warrior, Book 3
When lady’s maid Rebecca Cothern journeyed westward, she never thought to leave her mistress’s side. Yet as Katrina Wellington completes her own journey with White Eagle, Rebecca waits at Ft. Union under the protection of Blackfoot warrior, Night Thunder.
Despite what she’s been told about the wild nat ...more
Karen Kay does a wonderful job of portraying the Native American Indian with depth and understanding. The story is obviously sympathetic to their plight but still allows for both good and bad in all people. In this story, Night Thunder is faced with an impossible choice, dishonor his people or dishonor the woman he has sworn to protect. He hedges the problem by claiming her as his "wife" ...more
However this is so much fun to read so thoroughly enjoyable, the cultural & historical anecdotes are super interesting and well written especially the Sundance part which I have read it somewhere in a history textbook long ago, which was written...more
I'm interested in the Blackfoot Series, but are all the Warriors going to choose white women as theirs? I like that the author seems to have done some authentic research about the tribes and the traditional ways of these people at this time in history.
Makes we curious about other Romance series' with authentic Native themes and less about white wo ...more
And the fact that Indian men were so macho (women cook and sew and are happy that way) while managing to be so romantic was a bit of a stretch to me.
I adore Native-American romance. And this book is written by a Native-American author. I was mesmerized by the beautiful culture depicted in her stories.
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 ...more