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Product Details

  • Paperback: 196 pages
  • Publisher: Black Wolf Books, Inc. (September 21, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0979962412
  • ISBN-13: 978-0979962417
  • Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 5.9 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,763,086 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

I live in Mansfield, Texas. Graduated in 1978 from Tarleton State University. Won Texas State Editorial 1st place award in 1977. Grew up in the military and have lived in several states as well as the Orient. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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My pen name "Magnolia Belle" came from a dream of one day owning a riverboat that offered dinner, sultry jazz and hot R&B while floating down the Mississippi. Realizing I didn't have the millions it'd take to get that dream off the ground, I took the name to write under. I figured it'd be one hard to forget. Plus, it's as southern as I am.

I live in Texas with my husband and our 'pack' of fuzzy children (aka dogs). Before that, I grew up in a military family and lived all across the US and in the Orient. In 1977, I got married and in 1978 I graduated with a degree in Accounting. Yeah, I know. BIG leap from accountant to novelist.

I started my company, "Black Wolf Books" in 2005 as a venue to publish and sell my work. The name "Black Wolf" comes from the first series of 5 novels I've written (and am still working on).

My characters become very real to me, and I often find myself not writing, but rather taking dictation as they tell me their stories. That's also why I tend to write in series of novels. My characters are a gabby bunch!

I hope you'll take the time to meet them. You'll probably fall in love with them just like I have, fuss at them when they do something stupid and cheer them on when they face a hard challenge. When you reach "The End" you'll feel like you've acquired a new set of friends.

All my best!

Belle

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By BookAddict TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 9, 2010
Format: Paperback
What happens when a rocker used to getting his way meets a female singer who is not willing to fall at his feet? In this case, he falls in love! Lakota Man is the bad boy rocker that every woman wants to tame. Sara is a beautiful singer that every man wants to lay claim to. Both have a history of bad relationships, which causes each to be hesitant in a different way. This is a fun, light romance that follows two musicians through the aches and pains of learning how to love each other.

Black Wolf: Lakota Man is the first book in Magnolia Belle's Black Wolf series. Belle does a great job of capturing the essence of her characters and bringing them to life on each page. Lakota Man is a feel good read for anyone looking to escape into the world of happily ever after!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Jolley HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 24, 2006
Format: Paperback
Rarely do I wander across the border into the land of romance, but I must say I've enjoyed the few romantic novels I've read - and that definitely includes Magnolia Belle's Black Wolf: Lakota Man. One thing I've learned is that there are different levels of romantic fiction. I personally could never go for that mushy Harlequin kind of romance, but this is nothing like that. Black Wolf: Lakota Man is just a good little love story between two well-defined characters that come across as very real - and the whole thing is set against a rich and exciting backdrop that effectively lays a solid foundation for future novels.

It all starts with a kiss. I think I speak for men everywhere when I say that a sudden kiss from an attractive female stranger is a most welcome form of introduction. One minute, Caleb Black Wolf is just standing around in the studio with his brothers/fellow musicians, and the next minute this gorgeous young woman appears from out of nowhere and lays one on him - just because she thought he looked like he could use a good kiss. It should come as no surprise that Caleb soon begins pitching woo to her. Having kissed the guy and all, you'd think the woman would be agreeable to a date at the very least, but Sara Bradford proves fairly resistant to Caleb's attention. The fact that he has a propensity for saying stupid things at the wrong time doesn't help matters. Eventually, though, she gives in and the two commence what will be a rather rocky relationship.

Caleb and Sara have several things in common. They are both musicians, for example; Sara's an up-and-coming blues singer, while Caleb and his brothers have just landed a record deal for their rock/R&B group, the Black Wolf Band.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Charles Ashbacher HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 23, 2006
Format: Paperback
Caleb Black Wolf is the leader of a rock band of four brothers of Lakota descent. One day at the studio a musician named Sara encounters him for the first time and impulsively kisses him. While the physical contact of the kiss lasted only for a few seconds, the affect on both of them was dramatic. Afterwards, Caleb found it difficult to concentrate on his playing and suddenly his other female friends seemed to be of secondary importance.

This begins a deep love affair that struggles through Sara meeting Caleb's family and Caleb meeting Sara's family. The meeting with Caleb's family is made more difficult because she is not Lakota and his family is traditional. Sara had some previous relationships with poor quality men and in many ways Caleb's previous behavior was similar to what the men had done to Sara. Sara's music career and that of the Black Wolf band takes off simultaneously and both groups go on tour. The female publicist for the Black Wolf band sets her eyes on Caleb and when he rejects her, she embarks on a scheme designed to break Caleb and Sara up.

She succeeds, but both Caleb and Sara are miserable. Finally, Caleb has a talk with his father and receives some very good advice. He goes to where Sara is performing and they have a tearful reunion. Fortunately, there is a record of the activities of the publicist and her public apology does a great deal to heal the rift between Caleb and Sara.

This is a love story, almost but not quite reaching the level of a romance novel. It also contains aspects of an adventure, as both are pursuing careers in music. Family ties are strong throughout the novel for both Caleb and Sara are very close to their families. I rarely read love stories, quite frankly because I find them formulaic, predictable and slow moving. This one was neither and is one of the few books of this genre that I was ever able to complete.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Robert on March 1, 2010
Format: Paperback
First, I will say that I was given a copy of this work to review, however I would have easily paid for it! It's a very well written book!

Black Wolf: Lakota man is a love story of the highest caliber! Musicians always get the girls, and in Caleb's case, he's the typical musician player. He's spent his young life going from girl to girl, gold digger to one night stand. That is, until he meets Sara. After a spur of the moment kiss when they first meet, Caleb falls easily for the charming and beautiful Sara, and she for him. As they learn what it means to truly fall in love, they effect everyone around them, especially Caleb's brothers: his fellow band members!

Before they get too intimate, Sara needs three things: To meet Caleb's parents and entire family, to see her at her absolute worst, and to have a serious fight. The book is brilliantly written as the two fall in love, and when the serious fight came, I couldn't stop reading! As the story goes on, you hope for a happy ending that might, or might not happen! A fantastic book with very charming characters! I think anyone interested in love stories should read this!
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