Tallchief

A powerful classic repackaged love story featuring a Native American hero, touches of mysticism and suspense, and heartrending romance.

Morgan Tallchief lives for the art he creates, but even that is haunted by the loss of the only woman he will ever love. When Kathleen Ryder mysteriously re-enters his life, the achingly sweet hunger that bound them together in the past returns as well.

My Review: There are some books that once you read them, they sit on your bookshelf just wanting for you to throw them away to make room the next collection of books. But then there is that one special book that no matter how many times you have read it, it would never get old and.  This one in a life time book for me is “Tallchief” written by Sharon “Dinah McCall” Sala.

Tallchief was published back in 1997 it was about how one man couldn’t get over the women he loved. Before there was Maurice Greene, Justin Gatlin and even Shawn Crawford which was all great in there events. However, there was one man, a teen actually name Morgan Tallchief. Tallchief was becoming a national star. At his last track met he set a world record and record that will take a decade to break but you have to read the book to find out by whom. But even being the fast man could stop Tallchief from losing the one person who mint the world to him Kathleen Ryder. Instead of become the next Olympic star, he decided to turn in his sneaks to becoming a lethal finding machine/Artist. He thought he just might be finding the road back to the living when one windy night a ghost walked back into his life, and along with her a danger from the past.

I could go on and on about this book. Tallchief was just an excellent book from start to finish. So, if you like your men strong and enigmatic. Then you need to add TALLCHIEF to your list of summer reading.

OVERALL RATING

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Product Details

  • File Size: 686 KB
  • Print Length: 356 pages
  • Publisher: HarperCollins e-books (October 13, 2009)
  • Publication Date: October 13, 2009
  • Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers
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