Thursday, April 21, 2016

Blog Tour/Review: The Buckskin Trail by Joann Arnold

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The Buckskin Trail, by Joann Arnold
2016, 240p, Clean Mystery/Suspense
My Rating=4 Stars
Source: Received a copy from the publisher for an honest review

A miracle saved Kelzi’s life when she was younger. Now it’s her turn to save others. Discovering the truth about her parents’ deaths places Kelzi on a dangerous path, one where she must avenge those who have died and protect the land of her Cherokee people—at all costs. Old traditions battle against modern values in this thrilling mystery!

When Kelzi was young, her parents were killed in front of her and then their house was set on fire. She survived and went to live with her grandparents. Years later, she learns why they were killed and her role in protecting the land of the Cherokee people.

This was an interesting story! We get a little bit of Kelzi's life when she was young and then we briefly learn what happened until she became an adult. When she's asked to help protect the land of the Cherokee people, she immediately drops everything to do what she can. There are powerful and dangerous men that don't want her to succeed and will do whatever they can to stop her. We get insight into who they are and what they want.

Kelzi gets some unexpected help. A friend from the past reconnects with her and offers his help. There's also a paranormal aspect which was interesting and helped her accomplish what she needed to. There were parts that seemed kind of slow to me but then it would pick up again and I especially enjoyed the courtroom drama at the end.

Overall, I enjoyed this book! There were some pretty amazing things that happened and the story wraps up nicely in the end. If you enjoy clean mystery/suspense with a touch of romance, you'll want to give this one a chance!

About the author:

“The Buckskin Trail” is the sixth book in JoAnn’s library of authorship. Writing it invited her into yet another realm, one that charts a higher path. “Miracles for Michael,” “Journey of the Promise,” “Pages From the Past,” “The Silent Patriots” and her first fantasy, “Prince Etcheon and the Secret of the Ancient,” have taken JoAnn on some amazing imaginative journeys. “The Buckskin Trail” is no exception. JoAnn lives in Santa Clara, Utah, with her husband, Brent.


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