WIND OF CHANGE
Reviewed by Rachel
A Hyde, MyShelf.com
A few years ago it would have been unthinkable to have a romance novel told through the eyes of a man but this is exactly what "Wind of Change" does. It is a most refreshing and unusual experience too. Hi is a twenty-first century man with modern notions about how the world works and equally modern ideas about women, but few real skills to take back with him that are going to change lives dramatically. This makes for a more realistic read as surely few of us do; he only has his own helpful and well-meaning self to give which is enough for a good story. Valerie seems independent and tireless as she does her best for her family against huge odds. The author paints a convincing (but not too harrowing) picture of what it must have been like for Native Americans to be forced to make this journey. If you have been looking for a romance novel with a difference then this is for you. I can even see it appealing to people who don't normally care for romances.
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