Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Welcome to Lisa Day's Blog Tour! Meet Wolfkeeper's Woman!!!

I am so pleased to be sharing Lisa Day’s compelling book, Wolkeeper’s Woman with you today!!! Not only is it a great read but it is on sale for just 99¢

A country where the strong survive. Some people are strong of body. Other people are strong in spirit.

The warrior Wolfkeeper is such a man. A man not only physically strong but strong willed with a wisdom beyond his years. A wisdom that serves his people well. 

Until the day he begins to question how he could have tender feelings for someone he considers an enemy.

There were no pangs of conscience when he took the child for his brother and sister-in-law to raise. They had no children of there own. The Mother even though an enemy the infant wouldn’t survive the journey if he hadn’t brought her along.

Cassie raised in an orphanage only recently began to believe she found happiness. Now she learned to hate. She just wants her son back.
Thrown into an unfamiliar lifestyle and unable to communicate she must learn how to stay alive for her son.

She will learn the language. She will follow the rules. She will do anything she needs to get her son back... But will it be enough?

My review

Wolfkeeper's Woman takes you to an entirely different era. A time period that I m not that familiar with but as I read the words from the page, I could see the images as if I were watching a movie. I felt emotionally involved from the beginning. This unimaginable tale seemed s true to life that I hurt for the main character Cassie all the way through. She was a woman who always had to learn to make the best of every situation. She just had to make do with what she was given.
This story moved me and disturbed me, at the same time. Still, I had to read on. I needed to know what would become of this innocent lost woman ho had nowhere to turn for help or comfort.
Wolfkeeper's Woman kept my interest all the way through.

"The knife blade in his right hand seemed to glow as the sunlight danced reflectively off it. Ever so slowly, he advanced toward her. He tried to maneuver her into the corner near the foot of the bed. Knowing if she allowed him to succeed in cornering her there she would be trapped and t his mercy. She responded by swiftly running to the far side of the small table, which formed a barrier between the two of them, but only for a moment."

If your antagonist went shopping, what ten items would they have on their shopping list

Buffalo robes
Eagle feathers.
Scalping knife
breech cloth
vest made from bones
Wolf claw necklace


The two women were pleased. All that was left was a few bags and containers, mostly Wolf keeper’s personal belongings. Cassie was hesitated to go through them. Grandmother insisted saying, ‘he said everything was to be sorted through,’ that included these remaining things of his. She left Cassie to do this chore alone.

Sitting there with his special personal items around her, Cassie realized she didn’t know the significance of anything to be able chose what to discard or keep.

Why that low down dog, she thought. Now she knew why he had her rummage through his belongs. No secrets, he said, there were to be no secrets between them. She could wring his neck. That son of a badger.

Cassie eyes closed and her head shook in disbelief. She remembered if she did wring his neck, she had better do it inside if she did not want see the whipping post. Inside would be just fine, she thought. Then she softly laughed, inside would be just fine. He should be called Cunning Fox not Wolfkeeper.

Suddenly, she stopped laughing. She felt like she’d been sucker punched in the gut. The truth of the man who called her Ghostwoman dawned on her. A fearless warrior on the outside, Wolfkeeper was a man of honor who cared deeply and wholeheartedly about the people he loved.

He respected honesty. Cassie remembered when she did not try to hide the events with the trader. He had told her many times not to lie. He demanded truth whether he liked what it exposed or not. He trusted her. Even when he was not watching over her, like now. That was what this was about. He wanted her to be honest, truthful, and trustworthy towards him.

She could be honest and truthful, but trusting she did not know. How do you trust someone who took what he had taken from her?
Lisa Day hails from New Jersey before 'Jersey Girls' became famous. Since living in the south for so long she now thinks of herself as a southern bell, just born in the wrong century. So, what else is a girl to do but write those pesky stories that live within her head.

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  1. Thank you, Brenda. Your post about me and my books looks super.

    1. A real pleasure for such a talented person as yourself Miss Day!!!!! :-)