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Karen Kay Releases Second Book In The Clan Of The Wolf Native American Historical Romance Seri
Author Karen Kay is pleased to announce the release of the second book in her The Clan of the Wolf Native American historical romance series, Brave Wolf and the Lady. Released by PK&J Publishing in June 2018, the book is already receiving rave reviews from readers and reviewers. Book one, The Princess and the Wolf was released in February 2018.
He saved her life, then stole her heart….
To escape an arranged marriage, Mia Carlson, daughter of a U.S. senator, instead elopes with the man she loves. As they are escaping from her Virginia home, heading west, their wagon train is brutally attacked, leaving Mia alone and in grave danger. Rescue comes from a most unlikely source, a passing Lakota scouting party, led by the darkly handsome Indian, Brave Wolf.
Although Brave Wolf has consented to guide Mia to the nearest trading post, he holds himself apart from her, for his commitments lie elsewhere. But long days on the trail lead to a deep connection with the red-haired beauty. Yet, he can't stop wondering why death and danger stalk this beautiful woman, forcing him to rescue her time and again. Who is doing this, and why?
One thing is clear, however: Amid the flurry of dodging assassin bullets, Brave Wolf and Mia come into possession of a powerful love. But is it all for naught? Will Brave Wolf's obligations and Mia's secret enemy from the past finally succeed in the sinister plot to destroy their love forever?
Warning: Sensuous romance and cameo appearances of Tahiska and Kristina from the book, Lakota Surrender, might cause a happily-ever-
Brave Wolf and the Lady is available to purchase in both print and ebook formats.
Brave Wolf and the Lady
The Clan of the Wolf, Book 2
By Karen Kay
Publisher: PK&J Publishing
Published: June 2018
Genre: Native American Historical Romance
About The Author:
Multi-published Author of American Indian Historical Romances, KAREN KAY has been praised by reviewers and fans alike for bringing insights into the everyday life of the American Indian culture of the past. As Reviewer, Suzanne Tucker, once wrote, "Ms. Kay never fails to capture the pride, the passion and the spirit of the American Indian… As in each and every one of her mesmerizing Indian stories, we're moved beyond words. We feel more, we understand better, we love deeper. They are healing stories of hope, of tenderness, of forgiveness, of great beauty and awe."
KAREN KAY, whose great grandmother was a Choctaw Indian, is honored to be able to write about the American Indian culture.
"With the power of romance, I hope to bring about an awareness of the American Indian's concept of honor, and what it meant to them to live as free men and free women. There are some things that should never be forgotten."
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