Go with Your Heart

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Go with Your Heart

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  • Title: Go with Your Heart
  • Author: Savannah J. Frierson
  • ISBN: 9781936271887
  • Page: 426
  • Format: ebook
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    1. sraxe on said:

      I mt sure what to think about this book It wasn t bad, butm The problem with it is that it feels like a part of a story rather than a full one While the characters feel pretty fleshed out, you get to the end and it s a that s it feeling.This novella is a second chance romance between an ex slave woman, Shiloh, and a Native American man of the Choctaw Nation, Nashoba, told in alternating past and present chapters They met during the Civil War when they worked in the same camp, she a slave and he [...]

    2. postcrdprincess on said:

      I enjoy reading historical romances and I love to read interracial romances So, when I came across the book that had both book enjoyments rolled into one, I was excited What I liked about the book was that it didn t make the female character and her family seem like complete illiterate, beaten down slaves The family did have some struggles that was discussed but not dragged on throughout the book I also liked that the male character wasn t your typical Caucasian male, but instead a Native Americ [...]

    3. Musings of A Romance Junkie on said:

      TOOOOO SHOOOOORT This could have been an epic romance, but it was too damn short Savannah J Frierson is an excellent storyteller with an excellent attention to detail especially when it comes to historical romance, but this one fell a little short because it felt incomplete Just as it started to get good, it ended.Shiloh is a newly freewoman in 1870 s Oklahoma where she and her two brothers run the town saloon What s so wonderful about this story is the alternating between past and present What [...]

    4. Tony on said:

      Great heroine in Shiloh I like a historical that shows the author did some research and Ms Frierson did a good job of giving a little history lesson that meany people may not have know about I enjoyed all the characters and the story in general I wish it had been longer because I would have loved to read about what happened in the six years from Shiloh and her brothers escape to the present, as well as what Nathan was doing Good read.

    5. Monica on said:

      Enjoyed butI enjoyed the book but wished it was longer and she flushed out Shiloh and Nashoba relationship What happened after they reconnected did she leave with him did her brothers come around How did Tempest feel about the new situation in her life so many unanswered questioned Hopefully she will write a in depth book for these wonderful characters.

    6. Harper Miller on said:

      Enjoyed this immensely It was a nice short, but I would ve loved if it had been turned into a full length story Savannah Frierson has a way with words and I was hooked from the very beginning It s great coming across a well written tale that features a Native American hero This definitely didn t let me down A great quickie read.

    7. Carrie on said:

      3.8 Stars out of 5Short novella in the vein of historical romance I see a Beverly Johnson influence Thumbs up featuring a former slave woman and an Native American solider who find themselves back to each other after their initial meeting in which Shiloh, our heroine escapes with her siblings with the help of Nashoba I love reading about people of color falling in love set in times from the pages of history books I like the main characters very much especially our heroine This offering suffers f [...]

    8. Ciana on said:

      Frierson tries her hand at a historical novel Honestly not my favorite story of hers, but it was interesting I wish she had further developed the characters Given the length of the novel she only gave her self time to skim over their personalities and tell the story She usually provides the backstory and the why, which is what I appreciate, but got none of in this novella.

    9. Velicia Tillman on said:

      I really enjoy that short story of Shiloh Ray and Nashoba A wonderful historical story.

    10. Gina on said:

      A sweet heart of a novelA lovely read that went all too quickly Frierson has lovingly researched and written this sweet tale, and it shows This bw nm pairing is rare, and I was so glad to find it here in a historical romance that immerses the reader as well as educates.

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