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Spirit Warrior: Spirit Pass Book 2: Time Travel Romance by [Smith, S.E.]
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Internationally acclaimed, New York Times and USA TODAY Bestselling author of Western, Fantasy, and Paranormal Romance brings another adventure filled with action, suspense, and a love worth fighting for.

Allie Whitewater was used to living between two worlds. She embraced both the Native American heritage of her father and the white heritage of her mother. She was happy with both and didn’t have the identity crisis many of her friends had growing up. Growing up on a large working ranch in Montana, she loved every aspect of the life that her twin had left behind. She had no desire to live town, or worse, a large city. She plans on spending the rest of her life on the ranch her father started, running it and making it even better than ever. All of that changes when she decides to take a little vacation to help out her best friend and sister of the heart, Indiana, return to her new home.

Jacob Tucker enjoys building up the ranch he and his twin brother, Jonathan, had settled. Sure, there were dangers – rustlers, the harsh environment, Indians – but he wouldn’t trade it for anything in the world. He is happy with life in the Montana territory. He never thinks there could be something or someone out there that could make him change his mind. At least, not until he travels with his brother to rescue his brother’s new bride, Indiana, when she is kidnapped. His idea of life and the world changes when he leaves his ranch in 1867 to travel to 2013. The world has changed a lot and so have the women – namely one called Allie Whitewater. She has the mouth of a cowpuncher, the body of an angel, and the temper of the Devil himself. Now all he has to do is get her back to his time and hold her so tight she won’t miss her fancy metal wagons and flying birds.

Jacob thinks his plan is foolproof. He just needs to kidnap Allie long enough to make her never want to leave him to return to her world. But things change as tension between the red-skins and the white settlers and the army escalate. History won’t stand still for two souls separated by time. How can he hope to keep Allie safe when the whites see her as a red-skin savage and the Indians don’t know what to think of her?

When the two cultures clash, it is up to Allie to show she is capable of walking in both worlds. She will prove to the whites that she is a force to be reckoned with and she will prove to her ancestors that she is a Spirit Warrior who will fight to the death to protect her hasáŋni, her mate.

Can the past handle a modern woman’s view that the two cultures are really not that different when it comes to love and family or will it destroy the very thing that makes her the perfect partner for a man of the past – her warrior spirit?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 5715 KB
  • Print Length: 279 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1502934965
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Montana Publishing (11 November 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00OBHD578
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #140,374 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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I enjoyed the first in this series very much, the second book was a bit too much of the first book retold, I would recommend reading it but be prepared for repartition.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Spirit Warrior: Spirit Pass Book 2......Beautifully written!!! 12 November 2014
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A great follow up to the first book in the series Indiana Wild.
This is Allie Whitewater and Jacob Tucker's journey to true love and oh my stars what a journey it was *happy sigh*.
From start to finish I was drawn into the world S.E. Smith has created with her words.
Allie is half Lakota and half white she is also sexy, sassy and one tough cookie but she hides her true self behind a wall she has carefully constructed around her heart. She has loved and lost and Allie is not willing to go thru that ever again no matter what.
Jacob Tucker hot yummy cowboy knows from the first time he sets eyes on Allie Whitewater that she is the woman for him. Poor Jacob sure does have his work cut out for him.
Action, suspense, laughter, tears, and love. Not to many love scenes but the few in the book are smoking hot. For me the journey to mending Allie's heart and her finally allowing herself to love again was beautiful and heart warming.
So looking forward to Maikoda's Gift...please Ms. Susan don't torture us too long *wink*
4.0 out of 5 stars Spirit Pass #2 28 May 2017
By Heather - Published on
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Time travel.
I liked this story a little better than the first book in the series.
Jacob went through Spirit Pass with his twin brother to rescue his sister in law, Indiana (Indy). When he meats Indy's best friend, Allie, he knows that she belongs to him.
Allie's parents met through Spirit Pass. Allie is half Lakota. Will Allie choose to stay in Jacob's time? She knows what will happen to her people and won't be able to change things.
I look forward to Maikoda's Gift. Maikoda is a Lakota that decides that Aleah, Allie's fraternal twin, belongs to him. Tensions were high between whites and native Americans and I'm very interested in seeing what S. E. Smith will do with the next book in this series.
4.0 out of 5 stars Worthy Read 23 November 2014
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I was very excited to see that "Spirit Warrior", S E Smith's second book in the Spirit Pass series, was finally available. Maybe my expectations were too high because this book left me feeling just a little bit disappointed. Not enough to dislike the book, but enough that I couldn't give it the 5 stars I have given S E Smith's books in the past. Like other reviewers, I felt that there was too much rehashing of events covered in the series's first book, "Indiana Wild". Prior to reading "Spirit Warrior", I reread "Indiana Wild". That might have been a mistake on my part because with "Indiana Wild" so fresh in my mind, the repetitious nature of the first part of "Spirit Warrior" may have bothered me more than it would have had I not reread "Indiana Wild. So, although I read "Spirit Warrior" the same day it released, I chose to wait a couple of weeks before reviewing the book in order to consider my reactions to the complete book.

The characters are compelling. Chris and Allie's story is heartbreaking and I can certainly understand Allie's reluctance to take a chance on Jacob Tucker (although, it's hard to imagine any red-blooded female turning down that hot cowboy). Ms. Smith successfully portrayed the Indians with dignity and the rude townspeople as I imagine prejudiced people were in the West in the late 1800's. The villains are cruel and despicable. The story is adventurous, suspenseful and the reader is treated to a satisfying outcome for Jacob and Allie with a tempting hint of things to come (maybe). All in all, I liked this story and will certainly read a third book in the series.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely loved the first book and have been eagerly awaiting book ... 25 November 2014
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Absolutely loved the first book and have been eagerly awaiting book 2. What a disappointment. The first half of book 2 amounts to an uninspired retelling of the first and lacks all of its humor, charm, and, yes, hotness. I will not be buying any more.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great book! 1 July 2015
By Holly Slaski - Published on
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This will be a review for both Indiana Wild and Spirit Pass since I couldn't write a review for the first story. I don't know why it wouldn't let me do so, but that just means more for this one. I definitely liked both books a lot. They were unconventional and definitely funny. I liked how both Jonathan and Jacob had to trick their intended partners to get them to marry them. Lots of hilarity ensued. I won't ruin the plot lines for either story except to say that Ms. Smith could have dropped some portions of Spirit Warrior because they overlapped with half the story that had been told in Indiana Wild. I liked that Ms. Smith spruced up some parts of the rebelling and fleshed out some scenes from Allie's or Jacob's points of view, even using Sam Whitewater's at times to give the story more depth, but I did think some of the extraneous scenes could have been dropped. Especially since I had read Indiana Wild and went straight into Spirit Pass without a break. Now I eagerly await the next book in this particular series called Maikoda's Gift. Hopefully, there won't be too much overlap between what happened before and what will happen in this one. There was a teaser at the end of Spirit Pass that whetted my appetite after all.

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