A Native American Romantic Adventure SPIRIT DANCE

by Stephen G. Lonefeather
(Healy, Alaska)

Although she was only one quarter Lakota, she was raised on full-blood tradition. By her seventeenth year those she loved most were gone and her heritage was callously striped from her; replaced by a religion she could not embrace. For years she hid her heart from her abusive husband, until one night slumped against the barn door she cried out in suicidal desperation, ”Wakan Tanka, Onshila-ka!” (Great Spirit, have mercy on me!) That’s when she saw the apparition.

Heeding the Spirit-Helper’s words, she begins a journey that brings her to a small western town, and into the life of a man who has been led down a converging path. There she finally becomes the brightest star in someones life, and together they become the keystone of a greater purpose.

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Stephen is an Alaska Eco-Tourguide. A supporter of environmentally responsible practices, and an advocate for wilderness preservation. His nature-based lifestyle and Red Road spirituality are respectfully woven into his novels.

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Apr 23, 2013
thank you
by: Lonefeather

Thank you Joanne. It is refreshing to hear that. Yes, the times they are a changing. I hope you enjoyed my novels.


Apr 23, 2013
Men writing Romance
by: Joanne

I think this is a wonderful change, men writing romance. Gone are the days of this being a women's only genre, men have feeling too; I think it's great to read romance through the eyes of a man who can pull on the emotional side of humans falling in love.

Mar 15, 2013
by: SGLonefeather

For years people looking for a good romance novel would pass over one writen by a man, thnking the writer must be gay; that a straight male couldn't possibly write something romantically sensitive. After all, we just sit around watching football, swilling beer, and making lacivious jokes; have no idea what its like to fall in love with someone we'd die for, or have had our hearts broken by someone we'd die for. I've heard all those quips in reference to my work, which makes it extra hard to sell a novel I've put my heart and soul into.
Many don't realize that a a good number of romance novels are in fact written by men these days. Yet because of that stereotype many of them write under a female nom de plume. I'm opting for being who I am.

Anyone's thoughts on this?

Mar 15, 2013
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