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by Zoe Archer
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Rachel's books
Rachel's books rated it 6 years ago
I adored this book. I enjoyed how Nathan and Astrid worked together. Astrid's intelligence and abilities weren't downplayed or disrespected. She was respected and treated as an equal. There's also Astrid's quiet strength that fortifies and builds Nathan's. Awesome!I enjoyed each book more than the p...
Barbara's Booky Blog
Barbara's Booky Blog rated it 8 years ago
In the mountains of Western Canada, Nathan Lesperance is rescued by former Blades of the Rose agent Astrid Bramfield, who after losing her beloved Blades husband Michael, has retreated from life itself. The Heirs of Albion are hot on Nathan's trail and Astrid must once again join the human race and...
Book Hoarders Anonymous
Book Hoarders Anonymous rated it 9 years ago
I struggled with this one. Really, I made serious inroads on a beading project, voluntarily did housework, and occasionally contemplated the meaning of life in avoidance. Why?Well, consider this: 5 years ago, the h's husband was killed while they were on a mission. She promptly retreats into her...
No More Booklikes, BYE
No More Booklikes, BYE rated it 9 years ago
I was on the edge of my seat through most of this action based mystery. The story follows a Naitive American lawyer who was raised in camp after being taken from his family. He travels to the wilds and meets woman who brings out the magic hidden in him. His path leads him to stories of magic/native ...
ebooks are my thang
ebooks are my thang rated it 10 years ago
Originally posted at WickedLilPixie ReviewsNathan Lesperance comes from a world of being an Outsider in every way. Taken from his Native people as a child, raised in white society yet never being accepted socially in that society would have beaten down anyone. But not Nathan. He shows them all by be...
Wit and Sin
Wit and Sin rated it 11 years ago
My review posted on Joyfully Reviewed: http://www.joyfullyreviewed.com/new-reviews/rebel-by-zoe-archerNathan Lesperance has never felt like he’s fully belonged. Taken from his home, raised among white society, and working his way into becoming the first Native attorney in Vancouver, Nathan straddle...
Rane Aria
Rane Aria rated it 11 years ago
Zoe Archer has a way of showing the reader not only the settings but reflecting them in the books, from the Indian Jones desert feeling in the Warrior to the topical fun island hopping of the Scoundrel to the harsh dense wildness of Rebel. Rebel is much darker then the two earlier books with the set...
Karlynp & The Doggone World
Karlynp & The Doggone World rated it 11 years ago
Whew! Really good, and such heart pounding adventure! Much more paranormal than the previous books too, and it worked. A lot of twists to the story that I just didn't see coming. And I loved the steamy romance between Nathan and Astrid, and can't wait for Catullus and Gemma's story next.
Jenny Schwartz
Jenny Schwartz rated it 11 years ago
When I think frontierswoman it's either Little House on the Prairie or Doris Day as Calamity Jane. Astrid, heroine of "Rebel" is neither. Which is fair enough. She's the woman this story needs her to be. There are lots of good ideas in "Rebel". It's a light fantasy romance.
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