Wind Warrior (The Soul Survivors Series, Book 3)

The Soul Survivors Series

Book 3
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The Chumash Indians lived peacefully along the coast north of present-day Los Angeles until the Spanish drove most of them out and enslaved the rest.

Black Wolf, a Chumash warrior, was once a captive of the Spanish priests and knows the newly arrived garrison is here to hunt him down.

With the garrison comes Lucita, the new colonel's beautiful daughter. The more Lucita observes how the padres abuse the Chumash, the more disgusted she becomes. When Black Wolf approaches her one dark night, Lucita sees an opportunity to make a difference. Black Wolf sees a compassionate white woman.

The effort to save Black Wolf's people will cost them both dearly, though not as much as the love blooming between them.

REVIEWS:
"Readers will be immediately drawn into this stirring novel. A powerful, exciting read." ~Romantic Times.

"A fast-paced, action packed thriller that showcases two wonderful star-crossed lovers. Ms. Munn's brilliant homage to the lost culture of the Chumash makes this a fabulous historical romance." ~Harriet Klausner

THE SOUL SURVIVORS SERIES, in series order
Seminole Song
Spirit of the Eagle
Wind Warrior
The River's Daughter
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Homer Eon Flint was one of the pioneers of science fiction -- publishing science fiction stories in pulp magazines before the term "science fiction" had even been coined. Unfortunately, he died violently -- and mysteriously -- at age 36, leaving behind a grieving widow and three young children. Prior to his shocking end in 1924, Homer's speculative fiction made him a leading contributor to the era's top pulp magazines. Hundreds of thousands of readers thrilled to his tales of life beyond Earth as well as his mysteries, humor, and even horror. Many of the short stories in this volume, plus the short novel "The Planeteer," were unpublished during Homer Eon Flint's lifetime. We are thankful to Vella Munn for allowing us to publish them alongside his more famous pulp novels and stories. Here, then, are 22 classic works plus Vella Munn's biography of her grandfather. For anyone interested in the roots of science fiction, this is a must-have volume!

GRANDFATHER LOST: THE STORY OF HOMER EON FLINT, by Vella Munn
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THE BLIND SPOT
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THE GREATER MIRACLE
THE LORD OF DEATH AND THE QUEEN OF LIFE
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If you like the passionate historical western romances of Rosanne Bittner, you’ll love the Soul Searchers series by Vella Munn!

 

“Vella Munn is a major talent in historical fiction. Her stories never fail to lift the spirit and warm the heart.” —Bestselling author Susan Wiggs

 

White Calf is a striking natural beauty whose powerful spiritual visions have made her a valued member of the Blackfeet, but a simmering feud threatens to erupt when both the tribe’s chief and a young brave announce their desire to take her as their wife. Wishing only to heal the rift, she fears her choice might endanger the very survival of her people—as well as her heart.

 

Raven’s Cry is gaining stature among the Blackfeet as a respected young warrior, and as the shaman’s son he is also gifted with a spiritual side. As he and White Calf form a growing bond, he knows his happiness lies in a future with her. But marrying White Calf may cause an irreparable break with the chief, and he must find a way to secure his future without fracturing the tribe.

 

As a brutal winter looms and the divided tribe is faced with life-threatening cold and hunger, White Calf and Raven’s Cry know that reuniting their people is the only way to survive the peril and ensure their future. As they follow the dangerous path dictated by their visions, they know they must risk their lives—and their hearts—to save the Blackfeet.

 

“Munn details many intriguing aspects of Native American life, including buffalo hunts, practical marriage unions and an immutable code of honor. Articulating more interiority and character development than is sometimes found in this genre, while not sacrificing the requisite action, she sturdily constructs an unpredictable tale.” —Publishers Weekly

 

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ePublishing Works!
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Published on
May 12, 2015
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Pages
350
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ISBN
9781614177449
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Romance / Historical / General
Fiction / Romance / Western
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