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Wind Warrior, Cynthia Roberts

WIND WARRIOR

(Iroquois Series, #1)

Leslie Michaels is a visionary, and only those close to her know of her special gift and visions.  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 more.

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Romance Junkies ~ Blue Ribbon Rating: 4.5
Wind Warrior is an excellent descriptive tale that takes the readers through many of the difficulties the pioneers had to endure, as well as an intimate look into the tribal daily life of the Seneca Iroquois Indians.  If you love vivid descriptions about the lives of the Native American Indians and their attuned sense of peace with the natural environment, this novel is for you.  I have become a lifelong fan of Cynthia Roberts and I am eagerly looking forward to her next installment in this Iroquois series.

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Loved it and would recommend it, I will probably read it again at some point. A must read in this genre.

Published 2 months ago by AmazonCustomer

What a wonderful story. I would highly recommend to anyone.

Published 6 months ago by Holli1197

the author is very knowing of the natives of the area , a very good read.

Published 7 months ago by catlady123

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Captive Heart, Cynthia Roberts

CAPTIVE HEART

(Iroquois Series, #2)

Banished from her Seneca tribe, Nuchzetse (New-zet-see) snubs her punishment as ward to the Shaman of the Oneida Nation. That is, until she comes face-to-face with the striking Oneida Bear Clan Leader, Lone Star. Even though his contempt for her is obvious, she wrestles with the desire to either win his favor or, escape the judgment holding her free spirit captive. She finds herself caught between two worlds ~ remaining who she is, or the woman she secretly wishes to become.

Captive Heart is a soulful tale of spiritual rebirth, and a passionate love story that blossoms during an extremely difficult journey of revelation.

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By Romance Junkies Reviewer: Dottie
Blue Ribbon Rating: 4.5

A poignant tale, CAPTIVE HEART, the second book in talented author Cynthia Roberts' IROQUOIS series,  is a warm, passionate historical romance that will transport you back to colonial America. This tale of spiritual rebirth and passionate love gives insight into the Indian people, who are often thought of as savage, but in reality only seek to peacefully coexist with the white man. There are lessons that we could take from them. They live off the land, not depleting it, but honoring it and live close to their God, thanking Him for their blessings and seeking His guidance in their every action. This beautifully written story will touch your heart as it gives a perception into another way of life. By combining love, passion, hatred, danger, spiritual guidance, kidnapping, violence, remorse, Indian customs and legends as well as second chances, Ms. Roberts has penned a story that is unforgettable. Whether you are a fan of colonial and Indian romances or not, I believe you will enjoy this story. This book can be read as a standalone, but for additional enjoyment, do not miss the first book in this series, WIND WARRIOR, the tale of Winnokin and White Dove.  I recommend CAPTIVE HEART and look forward to reading more of Cynthia Roberts' works.

4.0 out of 5 starsFour Stars By rainbow on April 21, 2016

Love stories about the Indian culture and this fits the bill.
5.0 out of 5 starsGood Book By TJ on February 29, 2016
Enjoyed reading
5.0 out of 5 starsCaptive Heart by Cynthia Roberts By Sandra on July 1, 2012
Love...love..love Captive Heart! What a beautiful Indian Romance! Loved the research done on the way the Iroquis Indians lived and cared for their land and most of all, the love they have for their people! I couldn't put the book down! I am so excited for the next book.."Captive Warrior"... 🙂
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Jun 04, 2012Nicolette rated it 5 Stars It was amazing
Waited a long time for Cynthia's 2nd book to come out and it was sooo much the wait. I liked that she made the antagonist, Nuchzetse, the main character and once I started the read I could not put it down. Her journey was truly one of self-discovery and the tension between her and Lone Star I was glad to see turned into one of hot, hot, hot passion. I love a story where the emotional connection seems real and your drawn into the character’s mind. I could picture the scenes and settings clearly a Waited a long time for Cynthia's 2nd book to come out and it was sooo much the wait. I liked that she made the antagonist, Nuchzetse, the main character and once I started the read I could not put it down. Her journey was truly one of self-discovery and the tension between her and Lone Star I was glad to see turned into one of hot, hot, hot passion. I love a story where the emotional connection seems real and your drawn into the character’s mind. I could picture the scenes and settings clearly and felt I was there right along with her. Hoping there's a Book 3.i

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Captive Warrior, Cynthia Roberts

CAPTIVE WARRIOR -

(Iroquois Series, #3)

There were certain standards the beautiful, Mohawk maiden Mayla was expected to live up to as the daughter of their powerful Tribal Chief. Showing kindness to a sworn enemy, was certainly not one of them. But, when she faces saving the life of a wounded brave over letting him die, she chooses compassion over hatred.

Washke, is a handsome and virile war leader of the Quendake (known as the Huron by the French). He awakens, finding himself under the care of an enemy shaman and medicine man instead of experiencing a torturous death at the hands of his captors. It is a surprising turn of events, but one he is extremely thankful for. Time proves his greatest challenge as he battles whether to seek out his own people and the sister he misses and adores, or stay and conform to the customs of the woman who has captured his warrior heart.

Their journey together does not prove easy as centuries of hatred between their two warring tribes creates a wedge that seems impenetrable. Time has a way of healing much, and they create a bond, strengthened by understanding, patience, passion, and a love so strong, even hatred can not pull them apart.

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5.0 out of 5 starsWell worth the reading ! By Amazon Customer on March 29, 2016

Absolutely kept me intrigued well worth reading.
3.0 out of 5 starsSlow read By Rene Segraves on September 12, 2016
This book was somewhat slow. It did not hold my interest as well as the others. It was still a good book so thank you.
starsFour Stars By rainbow on April 21, 2016
good book, will purchase more of this writer.
5.0 out of 5 starsGlad I found it. By Rebecca M Markham on February 28, 2016
One hard putting down

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