The Walking Stick Book 1
by Kathy Love Cowen
A treacherous journey leads to a spiritual awakening and a bright new future.
Chewahnih, a young Cherokee maiden, escapes to the wilderness after witnessing a horrendous raid on her village. She is soon joined by a blue-eyed wolf and a raven. These two unlikely traveling companions guide and protect her until she reaches the banks of the Red River. When Chewahnih hears the whinny of a horse nearby and goes to investigate, she discovers a man near death.
Stumbling upon another human should bring her relief, but this man has her beloved horse, which can mean only one thing: He must be one of the men that burned her home to the ground and kidnapped or killed her mother, Willow of the Wind. With Wolf at her side, Chewahnih forms a plan to steal back her horse and find out what happened to her mother.
If you enjoy Native American culture, animal companions, humor, and emotional journeys of self-discovery, you’ll love this heartfelt, historical adventure
“This engaging, mystical novel is part adventure story, part love story, but most of all, it’s a tribute to the strength of Cherokee character and culture…. A charming, deftly crafted narrative propelled by strong characters.” —Kirkus Review
The Walking Stick Book 2
Desperation, determination, and fear will seize your heart when you join the Wolf Clan and their search for Willow’s captors.
Willow’s mind is forcing her into a shell of her own making. Desperate to pull her back to sanity and the future they’ve planned, Snow Eagle begs her to confide in him. Tearfully, she breaks the bonds binding her fears. The truth is staggering.
The slave traders have been working double time. Chief Night Warrior’s sister has been taken. He called upon the Wolf Clan and Willow to help find her. Willow is forced to face her fears and the man that scarred her for life. His brand was as much burned into her mind as it was her flesh.
The rescue party discovers that the plantation isn’t what it appears to be, and the lifestyle they uncover threatens to change their tribal way of life forever.
The Walking Stick Book 3
Murder, danger, and deception flourish. Golden Meadow fears death far less than facing the dire consequences of her wanton ways. She will never be able to face the handsome Chief Night Warrior again, nor her family if they discover how she tried to entrap him.
To stop barbaric slave ring, Wolf Clan warriors follow the last wagon leaving the plantation to the muddy banks of the Mississippi River. The young braves wade through marshy river reeds and discover a foe deadlier than the savages they’d been tracking. Alligators snap at their heels as the men fight their way up a rotten rope ladder to the deck of a Buckeye. A gnarly discovery brings the warriors to their knees when they uncover a lost soul, locked away in the dank belly of the riverboat. The man they find will change their tribal way of live forever.
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