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Vella Munn
Vella Munn www.vella-munn.com writes contemporary and historical romances to satisfy the insistent voices in her head. She's had more than 50 books published and is particularly excited about several recent releases. One is the four book Soul Survivors series of Native American historicals about... show more

Vella Munn www.vella-munn.com writes contemporary and historical romances to satisfy the insistent voices in her head. She's had more than 50 books published and is particularly excited about several recent releases. One is the four book Soul Survivors series of Native American historicals about America's first citizens during times of crises, tradition, change, and hope. The individual books are Seminole Song, Spirit of the Eagle, Wind Warrior, and The River's Daughter. Her contemporary series is Lake Serene Romances. Consisting of four books, each taking place during a different season with a different couple, plus a one-day novella, draws on her love of the wilderness as backdrop for new beginnings and love. The series was originally self-published but will soon be released with Tule Publishing. Vella lives in rural Oregon, is married, has two sons, and four grandchildren. She's owned by two bossy dogs and is working on her master's degree as a certified hermit. email: vellamunn@gmail.com
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Iron Canuck
Iron Canuck rated it 1 year ago
I did not want to put this story down. It is a very gritty look into the old west how native people were treated by the "civilized" people. The feelings that grow between Lucita and Black Wolf become stronger with her belief in him and his world. Lucita feels more one with nature than with her situa...
fr_larsson
fr_larsson rated it 4 years ago
When Winter´s mentor and colleague disappears, she wastes no time to get to the Olympic National Forest where he was doing his research. The place awakens something deep inside her, connecting with her Native American heritage. Not knowing her own family or background, this gives her peace at mind. ...
salythereader
salythereader rated it 6 years ago
This book was just okay, too much of introspection and a silent, contained hero.Cord and Shannon were too young when they got married, seventeen and kind of immature. Cord was raised by his grandfather, a Native, in the mountains and was used to more silences while Shannon was not, she wanted a coll...
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