Historical-Paranormal Romance, The Bearwalker’s Daughter–Beth Trissel

The_Bearwalkers_Daughter_Cover3Set among the Scots-Irish settled in the Alleghenies, with an intriguing Native American thread, The Bearwalker’s Daughter is a suspenseful historical romance. A mystical tone also colors the story.

What’s a bearwalker, you may ask? A shape shifting Shawnee warrior. Depending upon whom you consult among the Shawnee, they may not consider this to be fantasy but an actual ability some of their people possess, or used to in ages past.

The Bearwalker’s Daughter also has a magical moonstone necklace which I wish I could’ve kept, but the novel sucked in that prize and won’t let me have it back. Bummer.

Story Blurb: Timid by nature—or so she thinks—Karin McNeal hasn’t grasped who she really is or her fierce birthright.

A tragic secret from the past haunts the young Scots-Irish woman longing to learn more of her mother’s death and the mysterious father no one will name. The elusive voices she hears in the wind hint at the dramatic changes soon to unfold in the mist-shrouded Alleghenies in Autumn, 1784.

Jack McCray, the wounded stranger who staggers through the door on the eve of her twentieth birthday and anniversary of her mother’s death, holds the key to unlock the past.  Will Karin let this handsome frontiersman lead her to the truth and into his arms, or seek the shelter of her fiercely possessive kinsmen? Is it only her imagination or does someone, or something, wait beyond the brooding ridges—for her?~

Formerly entitled Daughter of the Wind, I reworked and further embellished the novel to make it into The Bearwalker’s Daughter. As Daughter of the Wind, it received stellar reviews and awards.  Of the story, a reviewer from Long and Short said, “Ms. Trissel’s alluring style of writing invites the reader into a world of fantasy and makes it so believable it is spellbinding.”

***The Bearwalker’s Daughter is currently .99 in Amazon Kindle.

*Striking cover by my talented daughter Elise Trissel.

*Royalty free images

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