In 2012, a woman cuts her hand and picks up a strange colored stone - Suddenly she is staring into the eyes of an angry Powhatan warrior. And the only town nearby is Jamestown, circa 1622. Maggie McMillan wakes up one day as a college student, yet ends the day as the Red Woman: A legendary Time Walker that every loyal Powhatan brave wants to kill. Captured by Winkeohkwet, a warrior who is torn between his duty to kill her and his desire to keep her, she is thrust into a life she had only read about in history books.
Hunted and feared by both the Powhatan and the English, she struggles to find a way home while Winkeohkwet plots to keep her there. Maggie fights to survive as she finds herself entangled in the Indian Massacre of 1622, and Winkeohkwet sees everything he ever believed in shattered by the knowledge she holds. As they battle against each other and the message she brings from the future, she must decide whether to return to her own time, or to make a life in the past with the man who holds her heart captive.
©2013 E.B. Brown (P)2013 E.B. Brown
I have never heard anything from this author before but after reading the other reviews I tried the book. I listened to the whole book in one day because I just couldn't wait to hear what happened.
This is my second time reading this series. This time I am doing the audio version and I'm disappointed in the choice of reader, her voice is not appropriate for this story. The voice is too child like. The story requires a more adult female voice. So my suggestion is to read and not get the audio version.
nothing narrated by Dara Rosenberg!
Her voice is so shrill and high pitched and she seems to shout it at you!
I might have found out if I could have gotten past the performer!!!
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