Dream Walker Kindle Edition
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I also get annoyed with supposedly historical novels that get the history wrong. Velda takes great care to get the historical details correct. I find myself wanting to know more about the time and being to empathize with what it must have been like to ride west in a wagon train before the west was overrun with white folk.
This is a beautiful story. I absolutely loved it and look forward to reading more of Velda's books.
Rachel `Winter Dawn' Keye was indeed half white and half Cherokee. She had been sold to the lowlife Doaks by her own half brother but the slavery she was sold into was about to come to an end. There was a wagon train leaving for the gold fields of California and she planned to be on it. She thought she had found her escape in Daniel Wolfe who would be traveling with the train partway and then heading north for Oregon. It turns out that Daniel wants no part of her and ends up turning her out.
This might have been a setback for Rachel but it wouldn't hold her back. She was determined to make it to California, forget her Injun side and become a white woman. She couldn't wait to enjoy everything that came with being white. The fancy dresses, pretty houses and the handsome men coming to call. She would never return to the part of her that was always looked down upon. The part of her that was Cherokee.
I don't normally read romance novels. I go in for the actions of who-done-it and leave the loving to other readers.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was a pretty good story with plenty of twists and suspense but...
The ending was illogical and stupid. Read more
It was a nice story kind of slow in places. There were quite a few pages missing. This was the first book by this author I have read an plan to try another one.Published on July 29, 2014 by Amazon Customer
I was unsure when I bought this book, but am so glad that I did. I immediately liked the characters and understood their fear/motivations. I could not put it down. Read morePublished on August 7, 2012 by L. Raymond
When you look for a good Western historical romance, don't miss Dream Walker. Rachel and her lover Daniel come together and turn away again when misunderstandings occur. Read morePublished on September 6, 2011 by Carolee Laughton