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Black Wolf: Lakota Man Paperback – September 21, 2007
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Lakota Man is a beautiful love story, but it is more, much more - it is a rock `n roll love story, and in my opinion, it doesn't get any better than that.
Caleb and Sara are both musicians. Caleb is the lead singer and guitarist of a rock band, and Sara is a beautiful and vibrant Blues singer. They meet at the recording studio where they are both working on their latest projects and are immediately attracted to each other.
The story follows their hesitant first steps to try, in their own way, to trust each other enough to open the door to love - both Sara and Caleb had been hurt badly in the past and they were understandably hesitant to entrust their hearts to just anyone. But they both knew there was something special happening, the chemistry was there - they just needed to trust it.
There is so much about this book that I loved. Firstly, the story - it is a true love story, the sexual attraction between Sara and Caleb is handled subtly by the author, but it is there. The personalities of each character has been so well thought out, and brought into the story, which made for great reading. I also loved the insight into the Native American culture, which was a bonus, I just wish there had been more, a lot more :)
I highly recommend this book if you love a good romance, rock `n roll, and a very good story which is told in a way that leaves you wanting more. I Loved it.
What really bothered me was the portrayal of the music side - especially in Austin. There were so many errors/misconceptions that I was cringing anytime it was brought up. Most people who usually don't know the inside of the music business or Austin musicians, probably wouldn't have noticed. For those who are familiar with and/or are expecting a more realistic portrayal of the Live Music Capital of the World, do yourself a favor and pass on reading this book.
I really adored the fact that the H is a Native American and the author used this to add extra depth to the story without over using this aspect. It wasn't done to make some political statement, it simply was a way to add another layer to the H.
I also must commend the author on the EXCELLENT editing/proofreading. Unfortunately it is so rare to find a book this polished before publishing. Thank You!
Caleb the "player" of the group has the worse with woman, while in studio recording he falls for Sara another recording artist. Can she see past the playboy to see the man behind?
Sara is attracted to Caleb's aura but can she trust herself? She doesn't have the best track record when it comes to relationships and this one comes with added cultural background challenges. Can they be in a relationship while dealing with the cultural differences as well as the pressures of their respective careers? Read on and find out.