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Wild Passion, Sheri Chapman

Literature & Fiction, Romance, Western Fiction

When Kaitlin’s father promised her hand to the foulest individual in the newly settled town, she decided she’d had enough! No man would control her anymore! Kaitlin packed her meager belongings and headed out on foot from their remote home to find refuge in the small settlement. However, she marched straight from one man’s command into another’s. The Oglala War chief on a mission for revenge found a beautiful woman to rescue. Once the warrior had saved the girl’s life, she owed it to him forever. Tamed by the wild culture of these caring but fierce people, Kaitlin learns that freedom isn’t always defined by personal expectations. Being a slave could never be an option, but how could she ever want liberty when her freedom is claimed by an attractive war chief who has also captured her heart.

Wild Passion is a remarkable romance novel written by the talented and well-accomplished author Sheri Chapman and wow, what a novel! Western fiction combined with a romance theme is my go to read and a read I love to get lost in. Wild Passion is a western romance tale, and the story that unfolds throughout the book is captivating and kept me hooked for hours! This is thanks to the well-developed plot and phenomenal literature courtesy of Sheri Chapman whose literature is stunning and full of believable and likable characters. I have read many romance novels but never before have I been so captivated by a story as I have been with Wild Passion. I believe this is because there is something different about this book, something unique and special and I felt this as soon as I started to read it as its stunning nature shines off the page and into the reader’s heart.

Wild Passion is a book that is so much more than your typical romance novel thanks to the multiple themes explored by the exceptional author. The reader in Wild Passion will be introduced to the protagonist of the novel, Kaitlin. Kaitlin has been promised to a terrible individual by her father however she decides that she does not want this and decides to run away and find refuge. However, when she does, she just marches into another man’s command and she is back at square one. This man is the Oglala War chief and together they grow closer and this book lovers is the premise of the incredible Wild Passion!

Wild Passion is a gem of a book that I needed to read. For so long I have read books that are quite oppressive so to read a novel that yes, features a few troubling themes but tastefully and compellingly was refreshing! Besides the journey, the reader encounters is a mesmerizing one, and I loved following the protagonist of the novel on her journey alongside her handsome new man. Wild Passion indeed was a heart-warming read, and the blossoming romance at the heart of it made me fall in love! Although know book lovers that Wild Passion is not all lovey-dovey; there are some troubling themes and even thrilling themes that kept me reading for hours on end!

Wild Passion is a multi-layered novel full of many exciting and lovely themes and all the themes explored throughout Wild Passion and these themes combined make the book a sensational story that is fascinating as well as captivating.

Wild Passion is full of twists and turns galore, the book and the story that unravels is thrilling and will keep your hearts racing, and there are a few moments which will definitely evoke certain feelings in its readers. I love how the author kept me on edge constantly and made me feel a host of different emotions, Chapman is an exceptional writer because she knows just how to captivate her readers and keep them engrossed from beginning to end.

Sheri Chapman is a talented wordsmith; her brilliant story combined with her flawless narration amazed me and had me turning the pages with haste. Chapman’s sensational book is perfect and makes for a brisk, steady read that is full of twists and turns galore. I adore her plot device of twists and turns as they kept me intrigued and ensured that I never once got bored.

Overall Wild Passion is a truly spectacular novel full of many beautiful moments and brilliant intrigue, and so I have no choice but to award this stellar book a dazzling five stars! It is a truly exceptional novel, and it would be a crime not to read it, so please read the preview below as I promise you will be captivated to read this exceptional story!

Thank you so much for reading book lovers! I appreciate it so much, I love discussing wonderful books with all of you so please comment below and let me know your thoughts. Do you see yourself reading this book? Do you love the genre? Please let me know your brilliant thoughts below and I will be sure to comment back. Thank you so much again for reading!

Goodbye for now book lovers,

P.S. Here is a preview of the book for all of you lovely readers to enjoy! Please have a read of the preview and if you find that you have loved what you have read then all you need to do is follow the links below!

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Aimee, thank you SO MUCH for the wonderful review! I’m so very happy you enjoyed it! You made my day with your blog post! I have always loved Native Americans. Even when I was young and we played “Cowboys and Indians”, I was always the Indian. I have loathed how the white man has treated many nationalities of people, but first and foremost, that of how we treated the Natives of “our” land. I wanted to write a historical fiction story where the chief was the hero, the protagonist of the story. Of course, I wanted it to be a… Read more »

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