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Soaring Eagle's Embrace

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 15, 2012

    Love these series

    While i dont believe in supernatural or mystical things, outside of God Himself, i love karens stories. They are filled with history and mystical beliefs of the indians of long ago. The love stories are beautiful and always end happy. I figure that i live reality. I love stories that help me escape from it. And karens books never disappoint me. This is my 10th book by her. My only disapointment is that i cant wait for her to write another one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 24, 2014

    The Dragon's Nest: about

    About: GemTribe camp <p> Meeting camp <br> The GemTribe dragons live in a rocky crater next to a broken down mine-shaft. They meet in the middle, where there are virtually no rocks. They stay in the mine shaft during the night, and never come out during the day. <p> Sleeping quarters <br> Since the GemTribe dragons do not have life restrictions, they all live together and sleep during the day in piles of minecarts and gems. <p> Nursery <br> In a minecart the eggs are piled, dragon scales put in to keep them warm. <p> Food pile <br> They just pile up their food anywhere. <p> Hunting grounds <br> Since they barely leave their cave and crater, they are all skinny, sleek creatures who are able to catch mice and birds silently.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Poignantly moving

    In 1895, Kali Wallace and her father come to Montana to photograph Indians. However, the local tribe seems uninterested in posing though one warrior Soaring Eagle goes so far as to scorn the two whites. However, as Soaring Eagle becomes better acquainted with the idealistic naïve Kali, he finds to his disbelief he is quite attracted to her.<P> As they sleep apart, Soaring Eagle and Kali share the same dream in which the spirit world marries them. She denies it, but he is elated because he realizes that he loves her. As Kali begins to accept the reality of the shared dream, she knows she loves Soaring Eagle, but realizes nothing can come of their relationship as she is a globetrotting photographer and his people need him here in Montana.<P> The latest Karen Kay Legendary Warrior tale (see WAR CLOUD¿S PASSION and LONE ARROW¿S PRIDE is a fascinating paranormal historical romance. Readers will find fascinating the depths that Ms. Kay plunges her audience into a close look at Indian spiritualism. Soaring Eagle is a delightful male lead as he quickly changes from antagonist to protagonist. On the other hand, it is frustrating is that the lead female spends much of the tale in denial until a photograph persuades her to reconsider. Still sub-genre fans will embrace this soaring novel.<P> Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 25, 2003

    Passionate and Spellbinding

    Soaring Eagle's Embrace by Karen Kay Avon ISBN: 0-380-82067-6 Release Date: July, 2003 Soaring Eagle's Embrace is the fourth book in Karen Kay's 'Legendary Warriors' series. Just as passionate and spellbinding as the previous three books, this one weaves a tale that will stick with readers long after the last page is turned and the book put up on the keeper shelf. Kali Wallace and her father are in Montana to photograph the beautiful landscape that runs right through the heart of Blackfeet country. When a young Indiana guide, Gilda, tells an ancient story about love, betrayal and new chances, Kali is captivated. She soon meets Soaring Eagle, who mistrusts all white men and women. He refuses to allow her to photograph his people. But a powerful force, more ancient than their own prejudices, will shape their future and they'll find themselves inexplicably drawn to one another. And even though Soaring Eagle realizes that she is the 'one' and he must ask her to become his wife, their cultural differences and beliefs still keep them apart. The characters are rich in detail and seem to practically dance off the paper right from the first few pages. The story about Evening Star and Strong Arrow and their passionate love affair that seemed doomed from the first--the thought that these two souls would search for one another through the ages crept into my mind and I felt a tug at my heartstrings after that first chapter that kept me reading to the ending so I could find out what their ultimate fate would be. Kay always writes a romance that keeps me interested throughout and leaves me with that warm glow that only a good romance can produce in your heart. Soaring Eagle's Embrace is one of her best books to date. ~Lori Soard, author of Housebreaking A Husband

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