The Bearwalker's Daughter

A Handsome Frontiersman, Mysterious Scots Irish Woman, Shapeshifting Warrior, Dark Secret, Pulsing RomanceThe Bearwalker s DaughterKarin McNeal hasn t grasped who she really is or her fierce birthright A tragic secret from the past haunts the young Scots Irish woman who longs to learn of her mother s death and the mysterious father no one will name The elusive voA Handsome Frontiersman, Mysterious Scots Irish Woman, Shapeshifting Warrior, Dark Secret, Pulsing RomanceThe Bearwalker s DaughterKarin McNeal hasn t grasped who she really is or her fierce birthright A tragic secret from the past haunts the young Scots Irish woman who longs to learn of her mother s death and the mysterious father no one will name The elusive voices she hears in the wind hint at the dramatic changes soon to unfold in the mist shrouded Alleghenies in Autumn, 1784.Jack McCray, the wounded stranger who staggers through the door on the eve of her twentieth birthday and anniversary of her mother s death, holds the key to unlock the past Will Karin let this handsome frontiersman lead her to the truth and into his arms, or seek the shelter of her fiercely possessive kinsmen Is it only her imagination or does someone, or something, wait beyond the brooding ridges for her The Bearwalker s Daughter is a revised version of romance novel Daughter of the Wind Publisher s Weekly BHB Reader s Choice Best Books of 2009
The Bearwalker s Daughter A Handsome Frontiersman Mysterious Scots Irish Woman Shapeshifting Warrior Dark Secret Pulsing RomanceThe Bearwalker s DaughterKarin McNeal hasn t grasped who she really is or her fierce birthrigh

  • Title: The Bearwalker's Daughter
  • Author: Beth Trissel
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. I was really looking forward to trying this author because I have been struggling to find some colonial american romance and I had Kira, Daughter of the Moon on my to-read list, but this one came up as a kindle freebie so I decided to try it first. I got about 35% of the way through before I decided to throw in the towel. I just couldn't get into these characters because I found very little believability in their actions, particularly Karin. Karin is supposed to be this timid girl who has been r [...]

    2. Great bookIf you like romance, history and excitement, you need to read this book! Not a dull moment anywhere. I enjoyed getting lost in this book. Great read!!!

    3. I was not entirely sold on the characters of either Our Hero or Our Heroine. Our Heroine, Karin, is the daughter of a Shawnee warrior and a Scots woman, but Karin grows up with her extended family, having next to no information about her parents. She's pampered but sweet, and is the object of desire for more than one young man in the settlement. Which is all nice, but I don't have a sense of her, overall, even after having read her story. Our Hero, Jack, is bred of these mountain-dwelling coloni [...]

    4. I am now a fan of Beth Trissel. I really like this story. Here we have Karin McNeal who was raised by her grandpa John and his sons, plus her aunt Neely. This is due to the fact that her mother died after giving birth to her and no one every talks about her father. She has been curious about who her father is, and now her curiosity has peaked.In comes Jack, who hasn't seen his family since he was a child. He was abducted by a tribe of Native Americans and adopted into their family. His purpose i [...]

    5. This is a great story, muddied by unnecessary incessantlustful musings and unneeded explicit sexual detail.This is a beautiful love story cheapened by the above details.It is also a great story of the hatred and injustice that has and doescorrupt mankind. If one only realized that different is not a bad thing.Customs, racial color, etc. are what makes this world and ones lifeinteresting. Just a the various types of landscapes in our great worldadd variation, beauty and wonder, so do the differen [...]

    6. It could be my own Scots-Irish heritage or my love of Native American spirituality that drew me in, but it was the fast-paced adventure and romance that kept me hooked. Everything about the story was unexpected and kept me wondering what was around the next corner. The scenery was atmospheric, the magical scenes were intriging, and the characters were unique. There were no good guys or bad guys here, just people with strengths and weaknesses. The biggest room for improvement would be more depth [...]

    7. I picked this novel up for a bit of light reading, assuming it to be a novella at first. I was soon surprised by how compelling this story is. Coupled with a sweeping backdrop of post war Pioneer America and the prejudices of two very different peoples, "Bearwalker's Daughter" is beautifully balanced. With plenty of heaving bodices and mountaineer Scotsmen running around, Trissel imbues a nice dose of heat in this wintry backdrop. I enjoyed the characters and the simple complexity of their past [...]

    8. I loved this story. Beth has a way of drawing you into the story with her vivid details, you can almost touch and smell what is happening in her stories. I love reading her historical romances because she has such a love for times gone by. Her stories are accurate, well researched, full of humor, conflict and of course a sweet love story. If you love historical romances this book is a must read! In fact if you love historical romances Beth Trissel is a must read author! Curl up with The Bearwalk [...]

    9. The overall story line of this book could have been fleshed out to be a really good book or even series of books. But, as it is written, it felt like someone had 5 minutes to tell an hour long story. Everything felt so rushed and crammed together. Karin goes from a pampered, timid girl to a hot blooded, strong minded woman, literally overnight. The actions of Karin, especially, seem totally inconceivable for the time period the book is set in.

    10. I rarely read stories with a paranormal slant because of my skepticism of anything magical. But my attitude changed when I devoured The Bearwalker's Daughter. Maybe it was the Native American connection or the author's beautiful descriptions of the setting, or maybe it was the compelling story and characters, but this book captured my imagination and held my attention until the very end. I'm looking forward to reading Through the Fire, Book 2 in the Native American Warrior Series.

    11. I love Indian stories, my great,great, grandmother was a full blooded Indian.I guess I feel a kinship to her when reading these stories.Beth does a great job with descriptions of places and the feelings of the people.Loved this book.

    12. This was a beautiful, beautiful story. In one particular part I was chuckling right along with one of the characters. The magical quality in this book was breath taking. At the end all I could do was sigh and smile!

    13. I obviously was not looking for deep literature here; just a little fluff to read while I'm sick and my mind can't really focus on anything toowell, anything. Even so, this was pretty awful.

    14. I really liked this book but I felt like it ended just as the story was picking up. I've read too many books like this lately.

    15. The Bearwalker's Daughter is a fascinating tale set in the mountains of Colonial Virginia. If you like historical romance, if you will enjoy this book. Recommended.

    16. I enjoyed this book a great deal. The author's descriptions and mythology were so interesting to read about and I felt drawn into the story with the great characters.

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