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Posted May 9, 2013
This book captures the California old west like none I've read b
This book captures the California old west like none I've read before. I grew up in an old mining town in Tennessee and often fantasized about the interactions between upper and lower class, immigrants and natives, and this book brings many of my own fantasies to life. I've always been a fan of old California, often ignored in stories of the "old west. Can't wait for the next California Legends release!
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Posted August 5, 2013
Breathtaking! OMG I just finished reading a breathtaking America
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OMG I just finished reading a breathtaking American historical adventure!
I needed something different to read and discovered NATIVE GOLD, #1 of the California Legends Trilogy, written by Glynnis Campbell. This is the first book that I read by this author, and it won't be the last one. I really liked, this story, because it was set in the Gold Rush period; I loved her two main characters Mattie, a sketch artist and Sakote, a brave Konkow warrior who found love where two worlds collided. It's pace paced, very well written, beautiful sensual chemistry between her characters, lots of powerful emotions! Ms. Campbell is a very talented storyteller, I could not put the book down. She is also a very descriptive writer, her words flow! I highly recommend this book, if you love an historical romance filled with passion and adventure. I am looking forward to read her next book NATIVE WOLF #2 of the California Legends Trilogy. You need to add this book to your TBR list!
Posted July 31, 2013
This book was amazing! I grew up in Paradise California and I ha
This book was amazing! I grew up in Paradise California and I have often wondered about how life was like back in the gold rush days. Our town is rich in history and tradition and we celebrate the gold rush days every April. Being from here I was able to picture the locations and story she was weaving. Even if you are not from here (I think everyone should visit a small town at least once in thier life time) you can picture the story in your mind. I can not wait for the next book!!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 24, 2013
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