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The Journal of Snow Woman

By: CR Wilson
Narrated by: Sara Morsey
Length: 4 hrs and 2 mins
Categories: Romance, Historical
4 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

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In the mid-1800's, an abused mother and child leave a stranded wagon along the Oregon Trail to find safety for the child. Lost in a blizzard, the mother feels they will die. She awakens to a strange surrounding and finds they were saved by a Sioux chief. From that day forward their lives are changed forever.

©2016 CR Wilson (P)2019 CR Wilson

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great great great

I have never heard of this author or narrator both were great I will be listening to more from this author. This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of audiobook boom

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Nice historical context

This is the first book I’ve read/listened to by this author. It was quite a good listen. It has a bit of historical context to it. It’s a good intro to the plight of the native Indians during this time. This book is not too deep, but quite believable.

This is the first book I’ve listened to by this narrator ( Sara Morsey ) and I would listen to another. Book is read rather than performed, but was done quite well. Her character voices are mostly individualized.

There are no explicit sex scenes, excessive violence or swearing.??.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and voluntarily left this unbiased review.
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Oregon Trail Feel

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. I love books like this, told during this time period. I love the journal type. The story was good and I loved the characters. The narrator was great too!

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meh, it was ok.

I wanted this title because I love the narrator. She did a great job with the telling of the story.
With that said, I was bummed I didn' really like the story. I thought I would. I love reading anything History.
I just couldn't get into the story. it just seemed very unbelievable. and it moved so fast, I felt like you really couldn't bond with the characters,, so it left them flat.

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Clean Native American Romance

Hmmm. I liked this but... I like more explicit 🔥. If you like implied sexual chemistry, this will fill your heart! Snow Woman finds love and family where she never would have dreamed it possible. And her son becomes a man his father would never have been able to raise. The end has Snow Woman acting unlike herself. It seems odd that she was able to act as a white woman so fast considering her years as Snow Woman and obviously, her dress and hair. But, it was necessary for the ultimate ending.
Sara did a fine job narrating.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. My review is HONEST.
Two Thumbs Up.
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Touching

I don’t listen a lot to this genre but I really enjoyed listening to it. There was nothing bad or vulgar in the story just sweet story of one woman’s escape from emotionally abusive husband and finding true love in least expected place. I only wish the story was longer. Definitely worth a listen. I was given this audio in exchange for honest review.

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Snow Woman

This book pulled me in from the beginning. Wagon trains and the Native American culture has always interested me. I thought the Native American side of the story was well represented. Snow Woman was rescued by Eagle Feather after she got lost in a snow storm. They married and she had a baby. The major theme of the story is security and how Snow Woman found security during a tumultuous time in history.

I was slightly confused by the character of Snow Woman however. Time passed in the book (based on the ages of the children), but it was unclear how long had passed. Her actions at the end reminded me of someone who had only with the the Native Americans for a short time, instead of the ten years that I estimated to have passed.

Sara Morsey did an excellent job with the narration and made the listen very enjoyable.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Pioneer Rescued by an Indian

I just love historical fictions and especially envolving the pioneers and Indians. I feel many of these types of stories unfortunately misrepresent the Native Americans so I am always a little leary. This story is fantastic, It about a woman going west with her husband and young son. When her abusive husband gets hurt and is unable to travel she and her son are forced by him to stay behind. She decides to leave him when it is very clear that she and her son will die if they don't leave and try to get to the nearest Fort to weather out the winter. She didn't leave soon enough and both Lorie and her son nearly freeze to death in the storm but are rescued by a man. The story that follows in is exciting, sweet and heartwarming story written in a journal format. The narration is very well done and I really enjoyed listening. It's a nice clean story as well. I highly recommend to those who like historical fiction romances.

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Must read!

Imagine traveling across unknown territory in a small wagon train in the fall with a young son and an emotionally abusive, self centered husband. His thoughtlessness causes the wagon to break and his spine injured. But he refuses to allow son and wife to go on with the others, preferring that they tend to him until they all die. So you take what you can and leave with small son even as the blizzard descends. Meanwhile, an adaptive and peace loving Sioux man has stayed behind with his mother as his wife and stillborn son die. What happens next is suspenseful and a very good read!
Sara Morsey is the excellent audio performer who narrated this book.
I won this audiobook in a giveaway! I really win!

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Great story

What a great reading of our heroines diary. I like the characters and found Eagle Feather, to be a great rendering of a difficult time and why we embrace others. I was sad to hear about the white man terrible push to wipe out the Indians. Though you hear it in history books this story brought it to life. Narrator did excellent job.
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