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Publisher's Summary

Fired from her job as editor-in-chief of a New York fashion magazine, Zora Hughes travels to a South Dakota Indian reservation. She hopes to find answers to lifelong dreams her psychiatrist calls genetic memories. Zora dreams of a female ancestor who fled life as a slave and was aided in her journey to freedom by a Sioux warrior who would become her husband.
On the reservation, Zora meets Captain John Iron Hawk who aids and sometimes hinders her in her quest to find answers to the murder of her forebearer.
Zora sees the parallel between her life and that of her long dead ancestor's. Try as she might, she can't resist the lure of loving John Iron Hawk, a contemporary Sioux warrior.
But someone will do anything, including murder, to stop Zora from digging up the past.
©2014, 2017 Constance Gillam (P)2018 Constance Gillam
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5 out of 5 stars
By NowHearThis on 02-25-18

Great story and excellent narrators

What made the experience of listening to Lakota Dreaming the most enjoyable?

This was my first novel by Constance Gillam, and I enjoyed this story that weaved together Native American and African American characters. A female and a male narrator voiced all the characters in the book, and they did such an excellent job, I often forgot that this wasn't a cast of several different people. The story itself has a lot of tension and suspense, and the narrators capture those scenes flawlessly. I typically listen to audiobooks while I'm in my car , but found myself popping my headset on while doing housework and running errands so that I wouldn't have to wait for the next chapter. Looking forward to reading more from Constance Gillam and hearing these narrators in additional works.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Beatrice on 06-15-18

Lakota Dreaming

I usually don't read books with overt romantic themes but I found this one very entertaining. I was a bit disappointed in some of the decisions and actions of Zora but managed to enjoy the book anyway.

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