Winter Fire

Winter Fire When Ethan Caine pulled the unconscious woman from the half frozen creek he had no idea that his world was about to explode Dressed in quilled doeskin of Iroquois design she stirred up dark secrets

  • Title: Winter Fire
  • Author: Kathy Fischer-Brown
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 300
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When Ethan Caine pulled the unconscious woman from the half frozen creek, he had no idea that his world was about to explode Dressed in quilled doeskin of Iroquois design, she stirred up dark secrets from his past At the same time, she was everything he desired But she was Indian than white, and on the run for murder He needed to know the truth He needed to findWhen Ethan Caine pulled the unconscious woman from the half frozen creek, he had no idea that his world was about to explode Dressed in quilled doeskin of Iroquois design, she stirred up dark secrets from his past At the same time, she was everything he desired But she was Indian than white, and on the run for murder He needed to know the truth He needed to find it within himself to trust her.Banished by the Seneca Indians who had adopted and raised her, ostracized by the whites in the settlement, Zara Grey wanted only to be accepted Ethancaine treated her with kindness and concern It was easy to trust him But her Indian ways disturbed him, and her heart she would always be Seneca.

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    1. The Iroquois killed her family and took her when she was but a child. She grew up knowing them as her family. She loved them and accepted their ways. Then she was snatched and pulled back into the white world. But her family — her Uncle Rufus – didn’t love her. He wanted her to marry his son, Jabez; he wanted to collect the reward money promised by Henry Van Gelder, the girl’s grandfather.The girl was Zara Grey. Ethan Caine nearly fell in love with her at first glance. He’d seen her in [...]

    2. Interesting story. Quick read. I liked it but I didn't engage with the characters. The story felt like all the pieces to a wonderful drama were in place but it was rushed to finish. Quite a spectacular ending but not a surprise. Hard to explain --that it was intense but not intimate.

    3. Once again Kathy Fischer-Brown delivers a romance that's a little bit out of the ordinary. An interesting read and the clash between cultures is done very well. I really enjoyed it! :)

    4. I’ve had a love for cross-culture stories involving Native American’ ever since I read the “White Indian” series by David Clayton Porter over 15 years ago. I learned a lot about the Iroquis nations while reading those books and have sought out books about the Iroquis tribes ever since. When I was presented with the opportunity to read Winter Fire by Kathy Fischer-Brown I was obviously immediately interested. It was respectful toward the Native American culture and a unique romance. While [...]

    5. It's not often that a historical romance tempts me to read it. They haven't been the top of my preferred genre list in many years. Once upon a time, I couldn't get enough of them, especially ones dealing with American Indians during the 1700's. I was endlessly fascinated by the many different and varied indian tribes and cultures there were. And while I know that the authors had to have taken some creative license, most were well researched and informative, as well as being entertaining. Just as [...]

    6. 5 out of 5 stars!! Born from the same world but raised differently due to circumstances beyond their control two lost souls find themselves drawn together and fight for what is right no matter the cost.Wow! This touching, deeply moving historical romance throws its readers for a loop by sticking to what would have been true for the time period yet still keeping its "happily-ever-after" too. I liked how Zara (Jiiwi) & Ethan (Ethancaine) came into their romance and fell in love with each other [...]

    7. 4 StarsWinter Fire grabs you from the start. Both Ethan and Zara are misfits that struggle to find where they fit in. The story takes place during a time when Indian and American settlers were constantly fighting. As a child, Zara was taken prisoner by the Indians and raised among them. Ethan is a loner who is estranged from his family.I found the story to be historically accurate in terms of the White people's treatment of Indians and any returned White captive women. Although fiction, their is [...]

    8. Received for an honest review from Historical Fiction Virtual TourThis was my first time reading Kathy-Fisher Brown so I was not sure what to expect. I'm glad that I was pleasantly surprised. I really loved her writing style and the pacing of the story. There was not a dull moment! I loved the hero and heroine. They had a perfect combination of chemistry and mystery. The author was able to provide great images of the setting and this made the story even more real. I really enjoyed reading about [...]

    9. This was a great read about life among the Native Americans. It was fairly well written, the editing could have been better (missing words or repeated words that make no sense). The over-all plot was excellent and kept my interest. I especially loved the ending, For both main characters. What I didn't like was the much too descriptive intimacy scenes. Knowing it happened is good, but describing it is NOT.

    10. A real winner of a Revolutionary Tale, could be a little sister to "Leather Stocking". If you want to have a genuine experience of what it was like during this violent, dangerous American colonial era, start here. Ms. F-B knows her stuff and the heroine is brave, strong, and believable.

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