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T'on Ma Kindle Edition
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The jacket depicts its opening scene, and in the first chapter readers get a glimpse of young Lana, who is shown as fearless and of course lustful when a young brave catches her bathing in the river.
Set in Texas, Belle mostly captivates readers with this tale between Kiowa Indians and white settlers, and loosely connects us with history. It exists within the pages, but to me, it was this wonderfully conveyed heartfelt story of young love that kept me reading.
Belle does a tremendous job painting scenarios to make readers feel involved as though we are walking the paths and riding horses with our leads, Two Hawks and Lana.
I especially loved Lana Cooper, whose bravery and spunk made her a force to be reckoned with, and her beauty made her a natural charmer.
Intense due to conflict between the two families whose cultural differences bring difficulties for a connection of the young lovers, Belle relates emotions in a way you feel the pain of all involved.
Lots of plot twists, but most of all, this book subliminally teaches us how society once functioned and all the incredible difficulties of mixing nationalities. It was a joy to be taken back to these times, with delightful prose that has me reaching for more from Magnolia Belle.
Thank you so very much for this experience, it is one I will never forget
I loved this book more importantly because it is about love and the willingness to give.
I also love the historical background as always as it gives me glimpse into how life was like for the settlers and reasons for their conflicts with the Indians.
I already envisioned a sequel to this book, with T'on Ma and how she would adapt into her new life. (Magnolia, please). Lots of research would need to be done on Indian habits and ways of living. And conflicts, and love, more love.
Please Magnolia, write a book 2. I already envisioned some details, please contact me if you are interested. I am a very imaginative person.