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A Tale of Oak and Mistletoe

A Tale of Oak and Mistletoe I am Winn Neilsson Chieftain Protector of the blooded MacMhaolian Husband to Maggie and father to our children Brother to Benjamin Winn replied And first born son to Pale Feather of the Paspahegh pe

  • Title: A Tale of Oak and Mistletoe
  • Author: E.B. Brown
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  • Page: 293
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  • I am Winn Neilsson, Chieftain Protector of the blooded MacMhaolian Husband to Maggie and father to our children Brother to Benjamin, Winn replied And first born son to Pale Feather of the Paspahegh people, our Great Chief Dagr Winn is a seventeenth century Paspahegh warrior, born with the blood of a Norse Time Walker in his veins He has lived his life in service to I am Winn Neilsson, Chieftain Protector of the blooded MacMhaolian Husband to Maggie and father to our children Brother to Benjamin, Winn replied And first born son to Pale Feather of the Paspahegh people, our Great Chief Dagr Winn is a seventeenth century Paspahegh warrior, born with the blood of a Norse Time Walker in his veins He has lived his life in service to his kin, first the Paspahegh and then the Norse His wife, Maggie, is both his staunchest ally and most challenging opponent a woman from the twenty first century who struggles with her new role in the past Gifted with the ancient power of a sacred bloodline, Maggie is the source of a powerful magic that Winn is sworn to protect.With ties to both the past and the future, Maggie and Winn s lives unfold amongst the stirrings of a new nation They risk everything to keep their loved ones safe as the once powerful Powhatan Nation crumbles and the English build a country from the ashes As history is made around them, Maggie and Winn fight for their future despite what the history books have already written.

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    1. I'm sad to say my journey with Maggie & Winn and all those they held dear has come to an end. E B Brown did a fantastic job of getting the reader to feel the passion of their love and it's not something I will forget anytime soon. To feel that passion and that love is something most of us only dream about.Read the seriestake a walk thru history and walk the path of those that came before us.

    2. I expected this fourth book in the Timewalker series to be every bit as good as the preceding three, and it did not disappoint me.The story of Maggie and Winn and all the complex relationships that they have across time and blood ties. It is essential that you read this story in its correct sequence as many of the twists and turns of this final episode will confuse you if you don't. There are extremes of love and cruelty. There is grief and sadness, and happiness and joy. Close bonds are brutall [...]

    3. E.B. Brown had me at hello. Her series of time travel books seem to go on and ond I am hooked. The characters are compelling, especially the heroine, Maggie, who finds a bloodstone on her farm in current times that taps the ancient magic of her bloodline and hurtles her back in time to the 1600s. There she meets Winn, a noble Paspahegh warrior, and eventually, they fall in love and marry, devoting themselves to protecting their people at a time in America when it is dangerous to be a native. Bro [...]

    4. Every now and then, you read a book that has such a touching and satisfying ending, that you have an emotional experience. Or at least I do. :) This series was absolutely wonderful, and though I am so sad that it couldn't go on and on, this final book was precious. I loved the sweet ending and have reread that ending a couple of time since. I don't believe that E.B. Brown could have possibly written a better finale. This series is definitely on my all time favorite - will reread time and again - [...]

    5. Good readI thouly enjoyed reading this story.well written storyline good romance without a lot of unnessary sex!! I have read sever

    6. ‘A Tale of Oak and Mistletoe’ the fourth book in E. B Brown’s best-selling historical Time-Travel series draws to conclusion the adventures of Winn and Maggie. Ms. Brown once again explores the themes of love, loyalty, and family in a rousing adventure that brings about another confrontation with the English colonists and a new enemy who seeks to use the powers of the Blooded MacMhaolain. In the story we find Winn and Maggie’s children coming of age and facing the threats against their b [...]

    7. All good things must come to an end. However I wished this series did not. I so enjoyed the new world Brown wrote, a mixture of early American history with liberal sprinkles and rain of fantasy. The entire series has had me riveted and I could barely put each book down. The descriptions of early America has convinced me that I enjoy being an arm chair time traveler and appreciate the modern conveniences that I often take for granted. The entire series makes me appreciate the time I live in, rega [...]

    8. I received "A Tale of Oak and Mistletoe" as an ARC to read for review. Let's just say, it did not disappoint! I read the TimeWalkers bundle (I love the term "TimeWalkers") and fell in love with Winn and Maggie, and I couldn't wait to find out where their journey would take them next. I don't want to spoil anything for anyone, but the ending was perfect! The entire book was so well-written, with a lot of twists, turns, romance and adventure. I would not read this as a stand-alone, as the previous [...]

    9. Amazing seriesI read all four books in this series and have to say the books were well written and I was engrossed the entire time. I would recommend this series, great plot line and amazing characters.

    10. The time period is late 17th century, Virginia. A different twist on the time traveling. Look to purchase the first three books in the series as one book. This is the last of four books. This series should be read in sequence. The stories do not stand alone.

    11. Buy the whole series! Awesome read. I love the history and realness of the characters. I think I got attached to them! Not looking forward to leaving them behind me.

    12. Number four in a series of novels dealing with one woman's experiences with time travel. It is a book you won't be able to put down until you finish reading it.

    13. I loved the whole series and this one especially the ending brought tears to my eyes. I look forward to more Time Walker stories

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