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Forgotten Soul (Soul Searchers Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
|Length: 226 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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- Book 1 of 2 in Soul Searchers Series
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About the Author
- File size : 3554 KB
- Print length : 226 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : SE Press (September 13, 2010)
- Publication date : September 13, 2010
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B00439GLEI
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,320,721 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Modern day Nevada and Rio’s story is blended amazingly well with Tajan and Maggies story, along with the Native traditions, spirituality and life as it was in their era. With Tajan and Maggie’s love story, set in a time of racial hatred, unacceptance and murder they are true soulmates, destined to find one another although one is white and the other an Indian. I loved every word, paragraph and chapter.
Set in modern day Nevada there are stories from past generations of 3 sisters that robbed banks back in the 1800’s, and one last attempt led to a hefty amount of gold and silver being buried in the mountains between Carson and Virginia City to never be recovered due to unexpected circumstances.
Maggie one of the sisters is shot in the robbery and found by a gorgeous Washoe Indian. Enthralled by her Tajan carries her back to the Washoe people to be healed by his father the tribal shaman. What begins as an infatuation between Tajan and Maggie becomes so much more when faced with the thought of being separated, they are lovingly joined as one. Living a married life full of laughter, passion and happiness, a forced separation leads to a happy reunion with a surprise and death
Rio, the main female character is a feisty firecracker with lots of attitude. A con artist by trade she learns about the buried treasure and in order to get her hands on it with the help of Turner Atkins the ruthless “brains” behind the scheme she claims to be the daughter of one of the sisters great, great granddaughter, easily achievable as she looks exactly like Maggie
Finding all is not what she expected, events may not go as planed. Instantly she is attracted to a painting of Tajan. Unable to get him out of her mind, knowing it was more than his handsomeness, it was his eyes speaking to her, drawing her in, making her feel she knew him.
Yearning for a loving family Rio never had, the Tajan’s provide all that and more, especially the warrior. Wherever Rio travels within the town a sense of eeriness, a feeling of familiarity follows, as do visions of Tajan and feelings of heartache.
Expect a surprise ending, a little rushed as I could have read so much more about this book, hence the 4 ½ instead of 5 stars. Recommended in a heartbeat. Wanting to read the second instalment but negative reviews have me thinking. Loving the whole Tajan/Maggie/Rio triangle I wont be able to resist!
Sandra Edwards pens book one of the Broken Wings Trilogy where we are introduced to Maggie and Tajan a Washoe Native American. Maggie and her two sisters were bank robbers dressed as men. The had pulled off successful robberies before, but this time they ran into the sheriff and his posse! When gun shots ran out, the sisters scattered heading for the forest....................
I would recommend this to anyone that wants to read a good story. I will definitely read the next book in the series.
Pros: a glimpse into Native American life, mystery, enjoyable characters and a quick read
It would be a 5 star book except for one thing. The writer changes point of view far too often. A scene will start in the female character's head, then jump to the guy's head, then back to the girl's head, then back to the guy's head, then back to girl's head, etc. Yeah, it gets tiresome just like that last sentence did.
I will buy another book by this author because of good plotting, but I'm hoping for an improvement in her writing skill. She has potential to be great.
Broken Wings is a parnormal phenomemnon. I fell in love with this book from the first sentence. You will laugh, cry and your heart will ache for Rio to be reunited her true love. I can promise you won't be dissapointed with Broken Wings. Sandra Edwards is at her best with this one. Enjoy!!
Rio gets pulled into a con because she is a duplicate for this family's ancestor. While she searches for the treasure, she learns all about Maggie and Tajan and their tragic love story. As she visits different places, she starts to have strange flashbacks.
I love how this story unfolds... seeing how Rio learns about events in the past. This tale really drew me in. I really enjoyed seeing Maggie and Tajan story coming to life... how Rio ties into things.