Wolfkeeper's Woman Kindle Edition
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
Customers who bought this item also bought
Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
Top customer reviews
Cassie having to endure the death of her husband and the kidnapping of her infant child is forced through the love of a mother to a child to go with the warriors that were involved. She endures horrendous times, having her child within arms reach yet not being able to hold and cuddle it like a mother should, along with many other abusing acts towards her. Having endured all she had Cassie remained defiant and refusing to give up on her child, making a tear jerking decision towards the end knowing it was best for all involved, especially the child
Wolfkeeper although abusive physically and psychologically towards Cassie at the beginning I found myself unable to hate the character and actually feel for him as his actions became more gentler and kinder, although there was a lot of confusion along the way. Wolfkeeper’s own confusion over his growing feelings for a white woman had him whip her one-minute for her defiance and soothe her wounds the next.
In time the sexual tension grew between the two and although Wolfkeeper would touch and fondle her, he would not take it further until Cassie was “ready” and yearning for him as much as he for her. His pet names would change from “ghostwoman” and “stupid woman” to “woman of my heart”. He literally became caring, considerate and understanding and having a passion and love for Cassie that would make other men fear dare they hurt her heart and soul. My heart broke when he confided some heartrending news to her and no matter how violent Cassie become or how much she cried and screamed, he remained patient and understanding telling her as she finally dosed off “woman of my heart, trust me”.
Confused to the very end, Cassie finally made a decision to stay or go, only when she was given a choice. Her childhood wasn’t of her choice, neither was her marriage, it was a way of leaving her past behind. Wolfkeeper didn’t give her a choice either, until the end.
I must admit I also liked that the author went into the story of Becky Benton, the neighbour that also became a widow during the raid and what became of her. It was nice to know that she would be ok having been widowed with children to feed.
What I didn’t like was the lack of description of the leads and other characters some came and went without too much mention. I have no idea what tribe Wolfkeeper and his people are from as it is never mentioned, traditions were discussed and as I am not of native decent do I guess as I wont come close. In addition I have not had to reread a sentence so often in a single book. The grammar was atrocious. Words doubled up, incorrect words used etc. It was very frustrating to me as I truly did love the book but having to stop and go back to reread a sentence twice or three times I lost concentration
Having added the above, more for potential purchases of the book than myself, as I don’t regret the book for a second, I still give it a 5 star rating. I truly enjoyed my heart breaking and actually truly caring for Cassie, her child and even Wolfkeeper.