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You Never Can Tell by Kathleen Eagle

You Never Can Tell

by Kathleen Eagle

Series: Good Man (2)

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Although Eagle is generally thought of as a romance writer her more recent books are edging into more of a mainstream fiction classification. This does have the man /woman relationship theme but the more important theme seems to be don't stereotype American Indians and quit taking away what they still have left of their 'treaty rights'.

The Anglo woman and the Lakota man fall into lust and then love and travel to Hollywood spearheading a mission to gain attention for the various Indian tribes and their causes. One of the causes is to ask for more accurate portrayals of Indians on the big screen since this is the way most people 'learn' about American Indians.

Kathleen Eagle is in a good position to write this kind of book as she is an Anglo married to a Lakota (aka Sioux).
  hailelib | Jul 8, 2009 |
This book is very boring and takes forever to read. I plugged through it but it wasn't worth it and I almost stopped numerous times. Don't waste your time on this one. ( )
  DunnFunKat | Dec 29, 2008 |
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Reporter Heather Reardon gets more than she had bargained for when she searches for Kole Kills Crow, an advocate for Native American rights who has gone into exile after a brush with the law and a reclusive man who has renounced all personal entanglements, until he encounters Heather. Reprint.

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She tracks him until he catches her . . .Some say Native American activist Kole Kills Crow is an outlaw; others say he's a hero. To reporter Heather Reardon, he's a must-have story. Her friend Savannah, who's married to Kole's half-brother, Clay, can vouch that Kole won't hurt Heather, even though a brush with the law has turned him into a fugitive. When Heather locates Kole in an isolated Minnesota cabin, she quickly learns that he's a loner with no interest in sharing his side of the story with the world. Yet neither Kole nor Heather can resist the attraction that complicates their relationship, along with Heather's persuasive arguments. Years ago Kole gave up a daughter for adoption because he couldn't raise her on the run. His daughter is now seven and deserves to know what kind of man her father really is.… (more)

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