Witch Dance

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Bantam Books, 1994 - Fiction - 326 pages
4 Reviews
From the author of Where Dolphins Go comes an exquisitely poignant novel of two lovers whose passion broke every rule. She'd come to Witch Dance, Oklahoma, to bring modern medicine to the Chickasaw, but when Dr. Kate Malone saw the magnificent Indian rising naked from the river, every thought of duty was lost.

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User Review  - Luc - Goodreads

I enjoyed the Chikawaca background in the story but the pace was too slow for me and more than once I was tempted to just give up and stop reading it. I made it till the end and although there were a few things I liked in this novel overall it wasn't enough for me to say I liked it. Read full review

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User Review  - LadyCalico - Goodreads

This was an okay little romance that held my attention and provided a fast and entertaining read. Unfortunately the author could not make up her mind if she was going for a silly soap opera romance ... Read full review

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Bestselling author Peggy Webb has written 61 books, 200 magazine columns and a screenplay. Peggy plays piano and writes blues songs. A native of Mississippi and former adjunct professor of writing, Peggy had a book submitted for a 2007 Pulitzer.

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