The Tribe's Bride (The Necklace Chronicles)

The Tribe's Bride (The Necklace Chronicles)

by R.E. Butler
4.4 21

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The Tribe's Bride (The Necklace Chronicles) by R.E. Butler

When a university job interview goes south, Carrie Wade isn’t certain that she’ll ever find work in her field of ancient Native American culture. Knowing the only job waiting for her is waitressing at a coffee-house, Carrie indulges in a post-disappointment shopping trip. An old necklace in an antique store window catches her eye and she immediately feels as if she cannot walk away without owning it. The very last thing she needs to do is squander her savings by investing in a necklace that may have, at one time, belonged to one of the tribes she studied…but she can’t help herself.
When she tries on the precious necklace at home, she passes out and wakes up in the tent of the necklace’s original owners, three Native American tribesmen from the late 1600s. Will she be able to get back home to the future or will she find out that the one place she was always meant to be was back in time as the tribe’s bride?
This novella contains m/f/m/m interaction, three handsome brothers that will do anything for each other and their woman, and a magical necklace that brings them all together.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940044740976
Publisher: R.E. Butler
Publication date: 07/24/2012
Series: Necklace Chronicles
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 70,507
File size: 153 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

A Midwesterner by birth, R.E. spent much of her childhood rewriting her favorite books to include herself as the main character. Later, she graduated on to writing her own books after "retiring" from her day job as a secretary to become a stay-at-home mom. When not playing with her kids, wrestling her dogs out the door, or cooking dinner for her family, you'll find her typing furiously and growling obscenities to the characters on the screen. Her best-selling series The Wolf's Mate, Wiccan-Were-Bear, The Necklace Chronicles, Hyena Heat, Wilde Creek, and Ashland Pride are available now.

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The Tribe's Bride (The Necklace Chronicles) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book and hope to read more in the future! I really wish B&N would get their act together to post books quicker. I'd prefer to buy from them but their so slow I can get a book a whole week or more before its listed with u.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I brought it in the first day it came out on smashword. Barnes & noble takes too long I couldn't wait. It was really good. A few m/m/f/m sex scenes so if your not old enough don't purchase any of this author's work cause there is sex in all her books.
juliesbookreview More than 1 year ago
Carrie Wade isn’t certain that she’ll ever find work in her field of ancient Native American Culture. In lost languages how many jobs are out there for this degree. Living on the last of her savings she comes across a ancient necklace that she just has to have. She is drawn to the necklace and its history. Breaking down one day she puts it on and goes to sleep. When she wakes up it is to find 3 Native American men surrounding her in their tepee. Thankfully one of the languages she learned is theirs. She is in the 1600 and no way home. The brothers are banished from their tribe and on their own. They have never seen a white woman before let alone a naked one wearing the necklace their grandmother gave them when they were banished. What transpires is a wonderful story of love and hope. I really liked this storyline. R.E. butler really knows how to weave a tale and capture the reader. This may sound like a far out there story line yet it really works and keeps your attention till the last page. 5 STARS Patches
nookfanTP More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Now speaking a san avid reader and dreamer i have to say I love dthis story! What i wouldnt give for some of that necklace magic! I am a die hard R.E. Butler fan but compared to the Wolf's Mate books the dialogue here seemed a bit stiff at times. Still a great story & YES you should read it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
RE Butler has done it again. A spell was woven around me and I could not put the book down.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read all there is from this author and my only complaint is that the story isn't longer. I highly recommend anything she writes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This author never disappoints me..... loved it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I liked it but it was just descriptive with out much angst.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. One of the reasons is that the sex comes late in the book and you get to enjoy the plot more thoroughly. Lately a lot of my reads are sex, sex, and more sex which doesn't leave much room for a plot. The men are all sweet even as they all have their own personalities. I liked the build as carrie settled into her new life and misses her old life less and less. I also loved that in the end they weren't alone any more. This is a quick read that lets you relax and just enjoy.
edcsdc More than 1 year ago
Always a favorite of mine. I've reread this several times and continue to enjoy it. Carrie takes a bit of time to adjust to her new way of life, but when she comes around she embraces it fully. I liked her inner strength and how she was willing to acknowledge the strengths of each of the men. Coyote is a strong and patient leader. I like how he allowed Carrie the time she needed to come to accepting her circumstances. Bear relies on his physical strength, but is gentle with Carrie. Hawk is sweet and tender. He's carrying a huge burden of guilt and fear of being rejected. It was wonderful to see him let go of that and bask in Carries love and acceptance of who and what he is. The conclusion is super sweet. Adult read
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I have read and love all her books, but this one has to be my favorite by far
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