Lakota Love Song

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Signet, Jan 1, 2002 - Fiction - 341 pages
4 Reviews
An award-winning author of "extraordinary storytelling talents" (Romantic Times), Madeline Baker presents a new tale of two lovers-a young white woman and a fierce Lakota warrior-whose passion is threatened by the hostility and fear that is sweeping their land.

"Baker is justly renowned for her portrayals of American Indians." (Publishers Weekly)

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I did not connect with these characters at all. I wasn't given a chance to. I felt more for the heroine's mother and step-father than I did for the hero and heroine. The ending turned out nice, but I skimmed to get to it. 2 stars from me, but don't let that deter you from enjoying. Read full review

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i thought is was a masterpiece it was beautiful and i couldn't put it down Read full review


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About the author (2002)

Madeline Baker was born and raised in California. She began writing to entertain herself, never telling anyone until a friend told her she was writing a book as well. After letting a few friends read the book and getting good reviews, Baker decided to try and find a publisher. It took her six years and 31 rejections, but one finally accepted the manuscript for Reckless Heart. Baker writes historical romance novels for Leisure books under the name Madeline Baker, and paranormal romances for Leisure LoveSpell under the name Amanda Ashley. In 1988 Reckless Heart, Reckless Love, Reckless Desire won the Romantic Times Reviewers Choice award for Best Indian Series. In 1991, Whisper in the Wind won the Affaire de Coeur's Golden Unicorn Award for Best Time Travel, followed by winning the Colorado Romance Writers Award of Excellence for Midnight Fire in 1992. Baker won the Paperback Trader's Romance Readers Award for Best Indian historical with The Spirit Path in 1993 and Loving Devlin won the Best Indian Historical award from the Puget Sound Romance Readers in 1994. 1995 won Baker the Paperback Trader's Romance Readers Award for Best Indian historical for the second time, as well as being voted one of Affaire de Coeur's Top Ten Authors. In 2000, she was voted Historical Storyteller of the Year by Romantic Times Magazine. Her works include Dude Ranch Bride, West Texas Bride, and Every Inch a Cowboy.

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