I enjoyed the two lovers, April and Dan. She is the strong, young frontier woman who holds a prejudice against Indians. And wouldn’t you know that Dan is part-Indian and has another deep, dark secret she does not uncover until almost the end of the story? There is even a little intrigue to make the story even more exciting.
I thoroughly enjoyed the writing of the book and much of the story, but I was a little disappointed when I read a mild bedroom scene that did not need to be there. I am glad that it was not detailed, but I wish with all my heart that the characters had not gone down that road. I was pleased that the profanity was at a bare minimum and really did not bother me.
This is not meant to be a deep novel, and I am glad that the author deals with the issue Indian racism–something we do not often think about in this day and age. Approach this as a light read with a romantic story line, and I think you may find a book that can carry you through a warm summer night.
I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. I was not financially compensated, and all opinions are 100 percent mine.
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