Monday, 16 August 2010

Wind Warrior - a Book Review by Voodoo Bride

Wind Warrior by Cynthia Roberts

What is it about:
Leslie Michaels is a visionary, and only those close to her know of her special gift and the visions that come when her mind and body surrender to sleep. Fate has a way of righting many wrongs, and for Leslie it is a destiny that changes her life dramatically. But not before she is forced to flee into the wilderness to escape a murderous trapper bent on claiming her for his very own. Faith and a strong will to survive are her only companions, until she encounters Winnokin, the handsome Seneca war chief who first came to her in her dreams. Not only does he prove to be her rescuer and protector, he teaches her that tragedy can breed happiness and the passion to live and love deeply once again.

What did Voodoo Bride think of it:
A pleasant, romantic read. I had hoped there would be more storylines besides the main (romance) storyline, but apart from some recurring obstacles that not even for once make you doubt the outcome there wasn't anything more to the story. Especially the special gift from Leslie could have been exploited more to give the story a bit extra in my opinion. Those points of critique aside this is a well written, nice lovestory and I enjoyed reading about the Seneca way of life.

Why should you read it:
If you like Native American Historical Romances this is your book.


Alice Audrey said...

That sounds pretty disappointing. I mean, you already know how a romance will end. Can't there be some twists along the way?

Sullivan McPig said...

I think it's especially a shame as it had so much promise with her special gift and all.

Stella (Ex Libris) said...

Sorry to hear it didn't have some extra twists and thrills along the way.