Running Wolf

Running Wolf Rival TribesRunning Wolf Is A Valiant Sioux Warrior During His First Raid As War Chief, He Captures A Surprising Crow Enemy A Woman This Spirited Fighter Is Unlike Any He S Ever Met Her Beauty And Audacity Are Entrancing, But Threaten His Iron Resolve Rival PassionsSnow Raven Must Focus On Freeing Herself, Not On The Man Who Keeps Her Captive But As She Falls Deeper Under Running Wolf S Spell, She Realizes He Is Her Warrior And She Ll Risk Everything For Him

Here s a bit about mePublishers Weekly bestselling author, Jenna Kernan, writes romantic suspense that RT BookClub called Flat out good Winner of the Book Buyers Best award and two time RITA nominee, Jenna Kernan has published over thirty novels and offers readers a FREE NOVELLA when they join her VIP Readers group

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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Running Wolf
  • Jenna Kernan
  • English
  • 04 September 2017
  • 9780373298396

10 thoughts on “Running Wolf

  1. says:

    4 starsDespite my reservations regarding Snow Raven s lack of agency in her relationship with Running Wolf, I did enjoy this story quite a bit It s a bit grittier than I expected, and Raven s life after being captured by the Sioux was not easy or pleasant She lost everything but her pride and her courage, which helped her survive her ordeal I was worried about their HEA, but the author came through with a satisfying ending.

  2. says:

    This was a pleasant surprise, like when you get a gift on a non gift giving holiday It is so well researched, the couple is believable, and the payoff at the end is so redemptive after all the struggling the characters endured It wasn t your run of the mill lust at first sight in the ballroom where everything is light and fluffy It is gritty It gets a little intense sometimes, but that just makes the ending all the sweeter Again, I can t stress enough how detailed this book is As short as it is, Kernan still found a way to slip in a lot of research that really grounded me Granted, I still couldn t erect a teepee after reading her book, but I have a much better understanding about family dynamics and clothing than I did before reading this book The Running Wolf is about two Native Americans from warring tribes Sioux and Crow, a sort of Romeo and Juliet forbidden love There was an added dimension to this dynamic with both characters being very concerned about their duties to their respective tribes It upped the stakes and propelled the narrative, especially at the end Just when you think everything s solved, you still have 12% of the book left The amazing thing for me was that it never seemed to drag There wasn t a lull in the middle or fabricated drama at the end Every scene was meaningful, and the pace was just right.I don t have too many negative things to say about this book It got a little predictable at times, but that s not the end of the world If violence or physical abuse trigger you in any way, I would be wary of this book Like I said, it s not about lawn bowling and parties It gets very real, but that s why I like it so much There are broken families and hurting people in the world, and I want to see them represented in the books I read If you can get past that, then I think you ll appreciate this book At the very least, you ll learn something, and that s always a plus in my book.

  3. says:

    I literally just finished this book and I loved it it was well written and the story line, though heartbreaking at times, definitely intrigued me It was hard putting this one down and I was so happy both characters got a happy ending.

  4. says:

    A perfect historical Native American romance read It had all the making physically and mentally one can imagine during that time period It amazed me how this tale captured that western essence I only imagine through reading or what I saw in the movies Names like, Turn Too Slowly or Bright Arrow or Red Hawk or Turtle Rattler or Ebbing Water I was captivated by it all I felt the hunt for pronghorns, drawing back the string and feeling the ash bow or the riding of the horse, hold on and began a trot that eased into a lope, the women clung like ticks on the ears of a buffalo Crow and Sioux, the Great Spirit and the Spirit World all encapsulated magic and brought forward a wonderful read No question the author s writing ability is pure perfection I was captivated, did I say captivated one to many times So be it I received a free book that I had won through Goodreads First Read Giveaway Thank you, Darlene Cruz

  5. says:

    This was a very good historical romance It was set within Native America slightly after the civil war The heroine is captured by a rival tribe s war chief To say would be a spoiler The plot was very good and kept me reading the book whenever I had a spare minute I loved the ingenious ending I also liked learning about Native American culture The Crow actually spoke a dialect of the Sioux language thanks, Wikipedia so it makes sense that the two tribes would be able to communicate so easily The information about how feathers were given for certain behaviors was completely new to me and fascinating.I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway but that has not impacted my review.

  6. says:

    What a buffoon The guy is a fuckin buffoon I kind of hope the heroine would say yes when the Sioux medicine man was like yo prefer women Because what you did was dykey af lmao.actual rating 2.5

  7. says:

    Amazing love story about bravery, forgiveness and taking chances Unique and captivating historical romance I read the entire book in one sitting, couldn t put it down I ve already bought three other books from this author as well and I can t wait to read them.

  8. says:

    This genre is my all time favorite Jenna did not disappoint I wish she would write stories involving the Native Americans This is on my favorites list.

  9. says:

    Fast paced, action packed and entrancing, Running Wolf is a captivating romance about two star crossed lovers and the treacherous trials they face in the name of love RT Book Reviews, 4 stars.

  10. says:

    Loved this book could not put it down.

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