Wednesday, May 1, 2013

BOOK REVIEW...The Seeker (Warriors Of The Wind #2) by Chelley Kitzmiller

Arizona Territory. Tucson. A town ruled by greed and prejudice.

Half-breed Bonner Kincaid lived between two worlds. With skin light enough to allow him to act as an army interpreter, he sought tirelessly to help his Apache people live in peace with the white man. Empowered by the wind spirit, Bonner’s mission was the only thing that mattered. Until Ginny Sinclair. For here was a white woman dedicated to uncovering lies and unearthing passions Bonner knew could only lead to danger.

Ginny had traveled to Tucson to help with her father’s newspaper but soon realized she had a lot to learn, especially from Bonner. The townspeople called the tall, handsome half-breed Apache trouble, someone to be feared. But Ginny saw a different man, one who filled her with troubling emotions, raging desires and a need to write the truth even if it destroyed her.

Would their fiery union put their very lives in peril...or allow them a future not even fate could destroy?
Published December 29th 2011 by TKA Distribution

Normally books of this genre bore me to death but I do admit in enjoying "The Seeker" tremendously.

“The Seeker” has an old Western type of feel that was both refreshing and intriguing. 

Chelley Kitzmiller does a fine job creating a historically accurate background that portrays a legitimate backdrop of of our story's time period and creates logical characters with understandable plights.

I really appreciate the strong characterizations of Bonner and Ginny which fluidly showcased their different upbringings and strong belief systems beautifully.

Their relationship is not a 'walk in the park' but they somehow make it work. They have such complimentary personalities that make them mesh well and thus allow them to embark on their sizzling hot romance.

Readers should really take a look into this wonderful read and not be a “me” who would not normally look into Western historical novels. I admit to crying a couple of times but that was because I got so absorbed in this world that Ms. Kitzmiller has created and really felt for both Bonner and Ginny’s characters.

Very well worth it read!

My Rating:

-Overall : 9
-Plot : 9
-Writing : 9
-Characters : 9
-Cover : 8

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