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The Wind Whisperer by [Holle, Krista]
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  • File Size: 1484 KB
  • Print Length: 313 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Sweet River Romance (November 11, 2013)
  • Publication Date: November 11, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00GMRPWK8
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Format: Paperback
I received an ebook to read and review in exchange for my honest opinion.

The Wind Whisperer is a story of love, family, drama and growing up. Anaii is a one of a kind girl called a wind whisperer. She can communicate with the wind for information to help her tribe. Elan is her childhood friend. He has always loved and protected Anaii.

One day, Anaii meets Jayttin who seems to take her by surprise. Jayttin comes from the rival tribe. He is an enemy. She is challenged mentally and physically by him. She is left to admire him as he comes from a different tribe. He is different in so many ways.

As a wind whisperer, her father, the head of the tribe confides in her for her knowledge of gathering information to keep them all safe.

Elan makes his feelings clear towards Anaii while Jayttin does the same. Anaii is torn between two different men. She realizes she is breaking their spirits by prolonging her decision as to who she chooses.

I sympathize with both men and how they react, whether it is with joy, anger and annoyance towards Anaii. I also sympathize with her having to decide. Bith men treat her so well and incredibly kind and protective over her.

If you enjoy romance, drama and adventure you will love The Wind Whisperer.
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Fifteen year old Anaii has a gift that is both a great blessing and a terrible curse. Her people know that the wind spirits speak, but Anaii is the only one who can understand the wind’s language, as well as speak back. It’s made her father favor her over all others, but it’s also taken her freedom. As long as she can learn from the winds of pending dangers, he demands her constant nearness.

Elan has been close to Anaii since they were babies. They played together and plotted together, and now he wants them to have a future together. But she’s only ever seen him as a best friend, practically a brother, and his none-too-subtle suggestions that they become more are straining their relationship. But other men in the tribe have their eyes on her as well, and it’s only a matter of time before one of them wins her hand, even if he can’t win her heart.

Anaii’s position in the tribe is a tenuous one. She is favored for her abilities, but not adored as a daughter or friend (except by Elan), and those who don’t rely on her for information make no secret of their dislike for her. She’s not required to work as the other women are, and she’s allowed within the council, a place reserved only for male elders of some importance. On the surface, her life seems rather charmed, but she’s left with few friends and no freedom. The importance of her gift makes her indispensable, and when danger looms outside, the village becomes a virtual prison.

But then Anaii comes upon Jayttin in the meadow, and for possibly the first time, she sees a man she can truly imagine marriage with. Only their tribes are at war, their fathers sworn enemies, and if simply knowing Jayttin is treason, running off to marry him would be the highest crime.
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Amazing story! I loved every minute of this book! Even then intense parts, and there are a lot! I enjoyed this so much that I kept having to tell myself not to skip ahead to find out what was going to happen, although, I really, really wanted to!

First of all, the plot in this is fantastic. At first it seems like a Native American Twilight with maybe some Romeo and Juliet thrown in. But honestly the paranormal aspect and the plot itself really makes this story something of its own. Not only is it different and mesmerizing but it’s fun.

The characters also really make this story. I love all of them. There’s a bit of a love triangle that starts a little before half way through and oh boy… I was thinking that this wasn’t going to be good. But instead it totally made sense. The characters really stood out and wanted each of their stories told and the love triangle just happened to be a part of those stories. Even though I’m not a lover of love triangles, I really think this one helped Anaii to grow. Actually, it helped each of the characters involved grow. And I think I liked them even more because of the love triangle.

And this isn't just about the love triangle. That is only a part of Anaii's story. There's so much more about her powers and how she comes to find out even more about her powers and herself and trying to save those she loves. AND there are some twists in this baby! I mean seriously… I didn’t see quite a few things coming but I find myself yelling at the book, and the characters, multiple times!

And there’s a part 2 coming in the fall! I cannot wait!
Enjoy paranormal romance? Don’t miss this one!

Received by author for an honest review. 5/5
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I wasn't sure what to expect when I picked up The Wind Whisperer. I hadn't read any Native American fiction before, so this was something new for me. I did like it though! It's always nice to read something different, and diversity is great too, but what really sold it for me was the paranormal twist. I know Native Americans are always portrayed as being very spiritual and in tune with nature, but Anaii really does have a gift. She can understand the language of the wind and speak back. Later she even discovers that she can control the wind, making storms at will. Anaii is the most important person in her village since she can warn them of impending attacks and other important events, but she feels like a prisoner. Then she meets the son of her tribe's enemy's chief, and realizes that she's meant to use her gift for a greater purpose.

I was surprised that The Wind Whisperer ended up almost being a typical YA Paranormal Romance complete with the BFF versus the forbidden boy love triangle. Elan and Anaii have been friends since childhood and he's one of the few members of their tribe who treat her like a normal person. Jayttin is slightly older and the son of the enemy chief. However, unlike Elan, Jayttin is not a warrior and wishes for peace between the two tribes. There's also another player in this romance: Koko, an esteemed warrior who believes Anaii should be his. He's essentially the Kocoum to Anaii's Pocahontas. Jayttin is John Smith, and Elan is Flick, since he's far too serious to be Meeko. This love triangle didn't end up how I was expecting. There's a very nice twist at the end, which luckily didn't feel like a cop out.

Although, Koko isn't a real contender. Anaii despises him, but he is the final straw which makes her leave her village.
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