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Wolf Shadow

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

10 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

Excellent storytelling

In Buffalo Springs, Chance McCloud is playing cards when Edward Bryant approaches him with an offer of $500 for twenty minutes of his time. Edward asks Chance to find his daughter stolen by the Sioux a decade ago. Chance tells the man that he is wasting his money, as ...
In Buffalo Springs, Chance McCloud is playing cards when Edward Bryant approaches him with an offer of $500 for twenty minutes of his time. Edward asks Chance to find his daughter stolen by the Sioux a decade ago. Chance tells the man that he is wasting his money, as his daughter is Indian. Edward¿s wife Rosalia appears pleading for Chance¿s help even as her husband increases the pot to $15,000. After seeing Rosalia, Chance is confident he knows where to find Teresa.

Chance visits the tribe that raised him as a half-breed to inform Blue Rain that her birth name is Teresa and her biological parents want her to come home. Blue Rain expects to wed a tribesman though she is attracted to Chance known among the tribe as Wolf Shadow, but tells him she is happy with her life. However, a Crow raid kills her future spouse and her Indian parents. She still does not want to leave so Chance takes her white parents to the tribe to see her even as he finds himself falling in love with her.

Known for her Indian romances, award winning Madeline Baker provides her readers with an exciting and insightful tale. The lead protagonists are a charming pair and the support cast adds depth to the novel. Though difficult choices are resolved rather easily through the death of the key players, fans will appreciate this warm Indian romance.

Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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Most Helpful Critical Review

5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Well written but very boring

You r a good writer but im sorry i made it to486 and gave it up the story was boring

posted by findstew on August 26, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 26, 2012

    Well written but very boring

    You r a good writer but im sorry i made it to486 and gave it up the story was boring

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 12, 2014

    Misery & Kosho to ALL (Important!)

    I am very sorry, but I must quit. Thank you for the times I had here. But now, I am leaving. I probably won't come back, but there is a very very slim chance that I will deep in the future. Maybe. <p>
    Please go to 'not worth it' result 3 and read the post titled "Memory & Co.", as it is very important. Never forget us, we plead you. Just know that my characters are missing, not dead. )) <p>
    Misery runs to Zemora, tears spilling down his face. "I'm sorry, I must leave, Kosho and I both," he choaked out, resting his head on hers, "Before I leave, promise you will never betray me, and that if you ever have pups, that their father was I." Kosho motioned to her brother, getting impatient. "Goodbye," Misery wispered with emotional pain twisting in his eyes. He began backing out, then turned tail and pelted after Kosho. <p>
    ~M|ser&gamma <br>
    *K&delta$h&delta*

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    Posted June 28, 2011

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