Nashoba s Hope The sins of the past and desires of the present collide for two women caught in a war between their people Nashoba is a shifter a warrior with the gift to take the form of both woman and beast She is

  • Title: Nashoba's Hope
  • Author: Moondancer Drake
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 332
  • Format: ebook
  • The sins of the past and desires of the present collide for two women caught in a war between their people.Nashoba is a shifter, a warrior with the gift to take the form of both woman and beast She is also the last of her tribe after smallpox killed everyone she ever loved, including her wife and sons Now gathered together with other shifter kin, she battles to make a hoThe sins of the past and desires of the present collide for two women caught in a war between their people.Nashoba is a shifter, a warrior with the gift to take the form of both woman and beast She is also the last of her tribe after smallpox killed everyone she ever loved, including her wife and sons Now gathered together with other shifter kin, she battles to make a home for them all, and to seek revenge on the white soldiers she blames for the death of her family.May came to America in the wake of her sister s death to look after her brother in law and their farm May is working to find a place far from the European universities she was buried in, a task she fears is as hopeless as finding love A nighttime attack on her brother by a mysterious Indian woman threatens to undo everything May has ever known In the wake of the attack, May finds herself inexplicably drawn to the woman responsible for it.Is there hope for these two women to find common ground coming from worlds so far apart, or will deep set hatreds and old wounds doom them and their people to a bloody war no one can truly win

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    1. Moondancer Drake says:

      When Moondancer Drake was growing up near the Alleghany Mountains of West Virginia she had no idea of the journey that lay ahead of her She spent years learning about her Cherokee heritage and the spirituality of her ancestors often struggling with her image as a woman who walked with two spirits In secret she wrote, and although no one would ever see those early writings, they were her sword and shield.Moondancer found the Dianic faith a few years ago She never knew then how the concept of feminine spirituality would affect her or how well the Dianic tradition would mesh with the spiritual path she d traveled all the years before She blossomed in her new awareness, as a woman, as a Cherokee, and as a writer.She now lives in Wisconsin with her family and is an active member of the Temple of Diana She has been studying with teachers at the temple for the past few years and is working her way towards ordination as a Dianic priestess Moondancer draws much of her inspiration from her spirituality as well as experiences as a Cherokee woman and a mother.Moondancer Drake is an author of environmental and spiritually driven fiction, especially paranormal lesbian romance She is also a vocal advocate for civil rights and the responsibility of all people to take better care of Mother Earth from the publisher s website



    2 thoughts on “Nashoba's Hope

    1. Nashoba is an Indian woman, a member of a special Clan of shifters. In her wolf form, she is out scouting the pack's new territory to see if there is any threat from White settlers. What she discovers is May and her brother-in-law Joe, a soldier in the war. Nashoba is immediately driven to attack Joe, as the anger over the loss of her family and tribe is directed at all soldiers she encounters. But when she sees May, she is drawn to the White woman in a way that she can't explain. Nashoba keeps [...]

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