"Mail-order marriage brings a warm, satisfying ending"
I'm not usually a historical romance reader, but after
reading the first chapter, I knew I had to find out what
happened to this heroine who manages to leave behind the
only life she knows, for a chance at happiness.
I loved the fact that you read of both the Indian's plight,
as well as the White Man's fight to drive the Indian out.
It seemed realistic enough that you could almost imagine
yourself living during those trying times. The reader is
given a heart-wrenching look into a child's struggle to
find his true identity. The romance between the two
characters started off a bit rocky, but left the reader
with a warm, satisfying ending. SUMMER MOON is a very
enjoyable read! Highly recommended as a feel good, great
Carol Wilson © Copyright August 2001
Reviewed by Carol Wilson Carbaugh
Posted November 13, 2001