Thursday, July 26, 2012

The Tribe's Bride: Review and Giveaway

Thank you for joining me on today's stop along the Tribe's Bride tour, hosted by Page Turner's Book Tours Enjoy my review, and don't forget to enter the contest!! 

When a university job interview goes south, Carrie Wade isn't certain that she'll ever find work in her field of ancient Native American Culture. Knowing the only job waiting for her is waitressing at a coffee house, Carrie indulges in a post-disappointment shopping trip. An old necklace in an antique store window catches her eye and she immediately feels as if she cannot walk away without owning it. The very last thing she needs to do is squander her savings by investing in a necklace that may have, at one time, belonged to one of the tribes she studied...but she can't help herself. When she tries on the precious necklace at home, she passes out and wakes up in the tent of the necklace's original owners, three Native American tribesmen from the late 1600s. Will she be able to get back home to the future or will she find out that the one place she was always meant to be was back in time as the tribe's bride?

Novella: 26k Words
Self Published 

*This novella contains m/f/m/m interaction, three handsome brothers that will do anything for each other and their woman, and a magical necklace that brings them all together.

My Review
When I started this story, I honestly was a bit nervous.  I did not think I would enjoy the plot, a young woman traveling back in time and becoming the wife of three brothers.  To me, it seemed overwhelming, I have enough of a hard time being a wife to one man, I couldn't imagine three!  
I was very pleasantly surprised!  The story was tastefully written and never crossed the line into "oogy", one of my favorite words to describe what I honestly thought this story would be.  In each of the brother's there were qualities that would make up the perfect man..  if ever they could all coexist in one man.  
The descriptions in this book are told in such a way, that I could believe the author had a real working knowledge of life back in the 1600's for Native American tribes.  
In the end, I am glad I read this book and will look forward to reading more!
I give this book 3.5 stars!

You can buy the book here
Amazon USA
Amazon UK

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Check out the other stops on this tour!!
25th July - Page Turner Book Tours - Opening Post & Competition
26th July - My World - Review
27th July - R.E. Butler - Spotlight by Author
28th July - Pandragon Dan - Guest Post
29th July - Sheenah Frietas - Interview
30th July - Reading Writing And More - Guest Post
31st July - Red Phoenix - Interview
1st Aucust - Read 2 Review - Review
2nd August - Page Turner Book Tours - Tour Wrap post


  1. Thanks so much for being part of the tour! Best of luck to all who enter!


  2. I am honored to have been a part of this tour!! Thank you for the opportunity!