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Song of the Raven - Helen Hardt

Song of the Raven

By Helen Hardt

  • Release Date: 2016-03-24
  • Genre: Romance
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“Ms. Hardt did a great job of portraying the tenderness and emotion between Ella and Silver Raven. It is clear from the moment they meet, they have chemistry to burn. The love scenes between the two are very touching and well written.”
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Synopsis

Ella Morgan loves her mother and father, but she's grown weary of their overbearing protectiveness. She longs for excitement, adventure, and most of all, love. When she finds an injured Lakota warrior hiding in her barn, she's intrigued by the brave and handsome man.

Silver Raven has found his soul mate in the woman with eyes the color of violets at first bloom. Can he convince her to leave her home and family and take her rightful place as his woman? Or will Ella's father and the prejudices of society keep them apart?

Song of the Raven is a 28,000 word American western historical romance novella. It contains spicy sex and graphic language and violence.

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