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After it was unloaded they received permission to take Katherine to the small river nearby, with a soldier’s accompaniment. Katherine welcomed the chance to wash, even if it was accomplished in icy water while Rebecca held a blanket around her. Justis simply called, Turn your eyes, ladies, stripped off everything, and waded into a waist-deep pond with a bar of soap in one hand. Katherine ducked her head behind the blanket and laughed

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The Beloved Woman is the prequel to Follow The Sun, a collection of three contemporary novels about the Gallatin descendants. Deborah Smith is the New York Times and Kindle bestseller of more than thirty-five romance and women's fiction novels. A Place To Call Home has been voted one of the best romance novels of the 20th century in two reader surveys.

Her people uprooted by broken promises. Her heart torn by conflicting desires. The Trail of Tears: The forced exodus of the Cherokee people from their homeland in Georgia to make way for the white gold miners and settlers

Her people uprooted by broken promises. The Trail of Tears: The forced exodus of the Cherokee people from their homeland in Georgia to make way for the white gold miners and settlers. Katherine Blue Song's family never lived to see the Trail of Tears. They were massacred just as she returned from Philadelphia, where she'd been one of the country's first women trained as a doctor. Justis Gallatin, a white man, a rough-and-ready miner, was Jesse Blue Song's friend and partner. Before he buried the victims of the massacre,.

The Trail of Tears: The forced exodus of the Cherokee people from their homeland in Georgia to make way for the white gold miners and settlers.

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Her people uprooted by broken promises. Her heart torn by conflicting desires.The Trail of Tears: The forced exodus of the Cherokee people from their homeland in Georgia to make way for the white gold miners and settlers. Katherine Blue Song's family never lived to see the Trail of Tears. They were massacred just as she returned from Philadelphia, where she'd been one of the country's first women trained as a doctor.Justis Gallatin, a white man, a rough-and-ready miner, was Jesse Blue Song's friend and partner. Before he buried the victims of the massacre, he made a solemn promise to protect Katherine. But the lovely and headstrong Cherokee healer would not be protected or owned by any man. Her destiny was with her own people, to use her skills on the long, arduous journey westward.From plush New York hotels to the savage sorrow of the Trail of Tears, Katherine and Justis are torn asunder by a continent's history and hurled together because of a passion as vast as the lands they love, lost, and fight to regain.The Beloved Woman is the prequel to Follow The Sun, a collection of three contemporary novels about the Gallatin descendants. Deborah Smith is the New York Times and Kindle bestseller of more than thirty-five romance and women's fiction novels. A Place To Call Home has been voted one of the best romance novels of the 20th century in two reader surveys. The Crossroads Café was No. 1 on the Kindle bestseller list, and has more than 700 4.5 star reviews. Learn more about Deborah's books at www.bellbridgebooks.com.

Comments: (4)

Thabel
I had somewhat mixed feelings about this book. As with the rest of those I've read by this author, she hooks me right away, and her descriptions of settings and characters are rich, varied, and authentic. Especially the horror of the Trail of Tears. However, I didn't buy the push-pull between the two main characters, Katherine and Justis. Just when they'd get together, something would pull them apart, and yes, that's a good romance formula. But often, it was Katherine simply turning on a dime and going from loving Justis to suspecting him of ulterior or negative motives. It was a bit contrived. But I'll forgive Deborah Smith anything because she wrote Sweet Hush, which is my all-time favorite romance.
Mave
Excellent! I love her books!
BoberMod
I read anything and everything that Deborah Smith writes. I love her storytelling abilites. Check her out!
Zinnthi
This 2001 novel is set against what the Cherokee would call Nu-No-Du-Na-Tlo-Hi-Lu, "The Trail Where They Cried." On May 26, 1838, federal troops forced thousands of Cherokee from their homes in the Southeastern United States, driving them toward Indian Territory in Oklahoma. More than 4,000 died of disease and starvation along the way in one of the most bitter winters on record.

Katherine Blue Song is a Cherokee woman trained in white medicine, known as the "Beloved Woman" for her healing touch on the trail. Justis Gallatin, a white man, is her love interest. Their complex story is first told in the 1989 contemporary romance (Loveswept series) novels about their great-great-great granddaughters: Sundance and the Princess, Tempting the Wolf, and Kat's Tale; repacked as The Cherokee Trilogy in "Follow the Sun" (1991). Although The Beloved Woman was published a decade after these series novels, it gives an inside view of the heartache of the Trail of Tears from an inside perspective.

For a larger historical context of the division within the Cherokee tribe and political situation that legalized this tragedy watch the PBS American Experience documentary "We Shall Remain: Trail of Tears."
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Contemporary
Author: Deborah Smith
ISBN: 0553762389
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Contemporary
Language: English
Publisher: Bantam (February 1, 2001)
Pages: 368 pages