Maggie Blackbird

Romancing Canada's Indigenous People

BORN FOR THIS

She’s always been obsessed with her ancestors, and now he’s offering her a chance to live with them…forever.

Second-year university student Edie Whitecrow gobbles up each course on Indigenous studies.  If only she could experience the lives of her Anishinaabe ancestors instead of reading about them.  On her way to a Halloween party decked out as a historical Ojibway maiden, she spies a corn maze in a spot known to be barren.

A scarecrow figure beckons Edie to enter with the enticing offer of making her biggest wish come true.  She jumps at the chance and finds herself in the past, face to face with the man who haunts her dreams—the handsome brave Thunder Bear.  He claims he’s spent twelve years waiting for Gitche Manidoo to send her to him.

Life in the eighteenth century isn’t what Edie romanticized about, though.  When her conscience is tested, she must choose between the modern day or the world of her descendants—where the man she was created for resides.

Genre(s): Time Travel, Historical Romance, Contemporary Romance, First Nations, Cultural, Adult.
Heat Rating: Level 3
Publication Date:  October 29, 2021
Publisher:  eXtasy Books

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FIVE-STAR REVIEWS

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“This novel is true to history while still spinning a lovely tale of love. I highly recommend it to anyone who loves historical and time travel romances.” –Goodreads Reviewer (Read more here)
“The story had me glued to the pages from start to finish. Loved and recommend this book.” B&N Reviewer (Read more here)
“Based on prior reading from the author, I knew this would be a great book. I had no idea just how much I’d love it.” –BookBub Reviewer (Read more here)
“This is a fast-paced read that drew me in from the first page. Once it had its claws in it never let go until the end. I felt as I had been sent back in time with Edie as I followed her and Thunder Bear where ever they went.” –The Avid Reviewer (Read more here)
“Once I started reading, I was not putting this book down.” –Goodreads Reviewer (Read more here)