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Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM By E.B. Brown

In 2012, a woman cuts her hand and picks up a strange colored stone Suddenly she is staring into the eyes of an angry Powhatan warrior And the only town nearby is Jamestown, circa 1622 Maggie McMillan wakes up one day as a college student, yet ends the day as the Red Woman A legendary Time Walker that every loyal Powhatan brave wants to kill Captured by Winkeohkwet,In 2012, a woman cuts her hand and picks up a strange colored stone Suddenly she is staring into the eyes of an angry Powhatan warrior And the only town nearby is Jamestown, circa 1622 Maggie McMillan wakes up one day as a college student, yet ends the day as the Red Woman A legendary Time Walker that every loyal Powhatan brave wants to kill Captured by Winkeohkwet, a warrior who is torn between his duty to kill her and his desire to keep her, she is thrust into a life she had only read about in history books.Hunted and feared by both the Powhatan and the English, she struggles to find a way home while Winkeohkwet plots to keep her there Maggie fights to survive as she finds herself entangled in the Indian Massacre of 1622, and Winkeohkwet sees everything he ever believed in shattered by the knowledge she holds.As they battle against each other and the message she brings from the future, she must decide whether to return to her own time, or to make a life in the past with the man who holds her heart captive.
  • Title: The Legend of the Bloodstone
  • Author: E.B. Brown
  • ISBN: 9780615701226
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Paperback

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Lance Greenfield Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
This is a really great, fast-paced story, which keeps you guessing about the final outcome right up until the last page. The only thing that kept me from awarding five stars to this book was the proliferation of elementary errors of both grammar and vocabulary. Perhaps I should mellow! Maggie McMillan is working on her farm one day in 2012, tidying out the barn, when she accidentally travels back in time to 1622. How does that happen? She simultaneously cuts her hand and touches a bloodstone. Wh [...]
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Rysa Walker Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
I loved the historical background and found the time-travel elements to be handled very nicely. Enjoyed the romance as well -- the characters are generally believable, although there were a few times that I felt Maggie needed to take a reality pill and recognize that Winn was being amazingly restrained for the era. There were some minor editing issues that pulled me out of the story a few times, but the plot and characters pulled me back in pretty quickly. Looking forward to the next book in the [...]
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Harv Griffin Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
Well, I’m a sucker for anything involving time travel, but this “time travel romance” was a lot of fun. As an “old guy” I am not the target demographic for this genre. But E.B. is a great storyteller with an excellent sense of pace who always surprised me. I didn’t even know “Time Travel—sub-genre historical-romance was a thing.”Red-headed girl Maggie in our present accidentally time travels back hundreds of years and is captured and/or rescued by Indians as a slave and/or…I [...]
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Amy Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
Here's the thing. I don't like bodice-ripping (or buckskin-ripping) romances. I tend to read all the steamy scenes as, "she kissed his blah blah blah and blahed his blah blah blah." As such, I'm obviously the wrong audience for this book since the first half of the book has far too much "quivering" (x3), "shaking" (x48), and "shivering" (x14) for my tastes. So why did I read it? It was chosen as our book of the month for our time travel book club. Since the time travel in the novel takes the mai [...]
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Tanya Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
What a wonderful , thought provoking , heartfelt story. I highly recommend this book if your a fan of Outlander or Out of TimeThe writing style is so genuine and precise. You are involved with the characters , you love them , you hate them , ultimately you understand their choices decisions and frustration.There are themes of time travel, magic, romance , history and historical battle.Maggie is transported back into the 1600's after she cut her hand on a Bloodstone. A stone of legends. She is su [...]
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John Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
Romance books have never been my cup of tea, and this one is no exception. Normally I would not have given this book a try. However, it was selected for our book club in the time travel group, so I decided to step out of my comfort zone and give it a go. And I'm glad I did. There was enough historical drama and time travel mystery to keep this book interesting, even for a non-romance reader like me. I will admit that, for me, the second half of the book was much better than the first as there wa [...]
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❆ Sheharzad ❆ Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
this sounds so epically magnificent??? wow sign me the heck up
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Tej Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
As this is the first book I have read about 17th century native American Indians, I can only primitively draw comparisons on the movie Dances with Wolves sprinkled with time slip travel and lots of lovemaking. Although I am not this book's target audience, I can thoroughly recommend it if you like time travel romances with plenty of lust and exotic backdrops. The reason I read this was because one, I am a time travel lover, and two, it was voted in our time travel group read book of the month.Fo [...]
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Jaye Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
I would give this book negative stars if I could. I hated almost everything about it. The heroine, the storyline, the character development, etc. And lazy research (at best) went into this it seems. I'm aware that time travel is experiencing a surge in popularity again, but that doesn't mean one can just half-ass the research. Especially when considering huge cultural and temporal differences. I don't need complete, 100% historical accuracy in my fiction, but a few aspects just didn't ring true, [...]
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Debbie Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
I read this book as part of a Time Travel book club. I am so glad it was suggested in the club because I would not have found it otherwise. It compares to my favorite series ever: Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. History, Time Travel, Romance!! Everything I like!!
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Kristi Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
Um. No. This is not for me nor a book I would recommend. I gave up after chapter 8 and skimmed from there. I'm glad I did not waste my time slogging through the rest and I struggle to understand why people loved it. Read a few reviews before you decide to invest your time.
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Shane Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
`Legend of the Bloodstone' written by first time novelist E.B. Brown is an incredible novel that will disappoint few. Promoted as historical romance and romantic fantasy, Ms. Brown's novel offers an adventure that transcends genres, and will appeal to male readers as well as female. The story is fast paced and never stalls given readers a view of early America with dangers around every turn. Set against the backdrop of early Native American life, Ms. Brown's world comes alive with a strong knowl [...]
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Jenna Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
2 stars since I read the voyagers series by Diana Gabaldon which was well written with deeply developed characters this book couldn't come close by to Wauw me.The books had a lot of similarities The Voyager series Jamie Fraser has red hair Claire big stone to time travel Claire needs to be saved within minutes Jamie is very possessive of Claire Claire is kidnapped The legend of the blood stoneMaggie has red hairsmall stone to time travelMaggie needs to be saved within minutesWinn is very possess [...]
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Danielle Jamie Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
This was a great book by a new author I've never read before. I will definitely be picking up her other time walker books. I love Outlander and wanted to find more time travel romance. After searching around amazon for some free books to try out new authors I discovered this series. The ratings and reviews were great and the blurb had me hooked immediately.I loved Maggie's spunky attitude and strength in this book. Watching the story unfold between her and Winn--getting both of their point of vi [...]
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Willow Brooks Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
Very well done hearty story. You can't help but feel like your watching a movie when reading this story, that's how well the authors writing pulls you into her world. Stories like this has been done many times before, but I still never get enough of them. This book is loaded with scenes that add many layers to the story. The pacing is perfect. The part that had me pissed is when (view spoiler)[ Winn is betrayed by his own people and they send stupid Maggie with the English. Then she marries Ben [...]
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SheLove2Read Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
3.5 stars Starts out a little slow but once it gets going, hard to put down. Some of the things Maggie did made me want to throttle her but I don't know that I would have been much better in her circumstances. Definitely a different kind of read.
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Caryn Watson Watz Books and Teasers Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
omg good I've read time travel books before but i think this is the best one I've read yet this series is addictive heart wrenching and full of heart. it will tear you apart and put you back together again read it today but if i were you i would buy all 3 so u can keep reading.
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Aurora Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
Name of Book: The Legend of the BloodstoneAuthor: E.B. BrownISBN: 978-061570122-6Publisher: Blue Dog PressPart of a Series: Return of the Pale Feather SequelType of book: 2012, 1621-1622, English colony, bloodstones, legends, vikings, time travel, interracial romance, White female/Half Native American male, lifeYear it was published: 2012Summary: In 2012, a woman cuts her hand and picks up a strange colored stone -Suddenly she is staring into the eyes of an angry Powhatan warrior. And the only t [...]
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Donna Zink Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
Wow! Did I mention Wow? Do not go into this book thinking you are just going to be reading a cool paranormal about time travel. It is all of that but so much more. Prepare yourself for a trip to the early 1600's that will bring danger, heartache, deep joy and a love that defies racial hatred. We begin our journey into the past with Maggie who is firmly grounded in the present or at least in the near present year of 2012. She is grief stricken over the loss of her beloved grandpa who had raised h [...]
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Fletcher Best Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
I probably would have gone with a 3.5 rating on this one had it been available, not so much because of problems with the book, but because I found myself getting kind of frustrated with the main character. Let me start with the positives and say that I found the book to be very well written, which is actually somewhat of a pleasant surprise with indie fiction. It's especially impressive as I believe this is the first published book by this author. The descriptions of the setting really did trans [...]
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Stephanie Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
I'm a big historical romance fan, especially Native American ones, so when I read the synopsis for this book I was instantly intrigued. To bring both past and present together they way the author did was really unique and had me devouring this book in one sitting. I loved the Hero Winn. He was strong, fierce but also caring and wasn't afraid to show his feelings to the ones he loved. At times he could be quite bossy but it was always for the good of his family. I loved his relationship with his [...]
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Romance Novels in Color Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
This was beautiful! Time travel at its best. A moving loving story about two people that fall in love over a period of time. True love that never fails for them. It becomes a little dicey and heart wrenching but never fails. A fabulous HEA.I was so happy to read this book. It was so descriptive and wonderfully written.Maggie travels back through time to the 1600s (courtesy of a bloodstone) and does not want to, but falls in love with Winn, a grumbly, growly Native American who knows all about bl [...]
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Paliden Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
So, in the Legend of the Bloodstone, we meet Maggie McMillan. Maggie just lost her grandfather (who is also the man who raised her) and she is completely taken unawares when she accidentally finds a Bloodstone (and also triggers it). When she wakes up, she finds that she is in the early colonies……oh, and did I mention that she is found by an Indian? Yeah, an Indian who is supposed to kill her apparently……but that poses a problem. Because from the first time he sees Maggie, Winn decides t [...]
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Elisabeth Zguta Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
This historical romance was enjoyable to read. The time warp aspect in the beginning of the story was the means for the protagonist, Maggie, to get into the period of Virginia 1621. While the method of the bloodstone time travel was a bit paranormal or sci-fi 'ish, the majority of the story read more like an historical romance. Maggie is found and protected by the local Native American tribe. Of course, she falls into a deep relationship with Winn, her rescuer. This turns out to be more than the [...]
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Shaly Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
I was beginning to lose all hope with the free books BN was offering but then I happened to come along this book and I'm so very glad I did!This book was amazing! I love reading time travel books, especially to the past. It was very easy to relate to the characters in this book. Winn's character was perfect, flawed but perfect, a man, especially an Indian who is willing to turn his back on tradition and family for a 'Red Woman' is totally worth fighting for. I loved his courage and his willingne [...]
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Paul Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
Now I know what it takes to make a non-Romance Reader enjoy Romance Fiction. An element of Time Travel always interests me, and that's what first drew me to E.B. Brown's fine novel, "The Legend of the Bloodstone." Then there's the fascinating, well-researched, historical setting that delivers young Maggie and the reader to Jamestown, Virginia, of 1622, among a volatile mix of English settlers and Powhatan native Americans. That's where the love-interest begins, when Maggie confronts Powhatan war [...]
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Jennie Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
I ran across this book when I saw her second book as a giveaway. I am not much for romance but after reading the sample I thought I’d give it a try. It was awesome. I loved the time travel scenario back to the colonial times during the uneasy tension between the Native Americans and the English settlers. Maggie is saved by Winn and he immediately falls for her even though she it’s forbidden. This only makes the tension/passion between them more intense. The action is steady throughout the bo [...]
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Jennette Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
I like to skim over what others are saying before I leave my comments. You know you have something special when the reviews are running so hot and cold. First let me say that if 446 pages is the accurate page count then this was a fast paced read. I was captivated by this story. I like these sorts of time travel romances I'm not sure if I have read any set in this place before. I don't know much of the history but I would think that the language barrier even in English would be a bit more challe [...]
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Heather(Gibby) Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
This is a time travel novel, so I am automatically biased towards loving it. I found the first few chapters a little cheesy and cliche, (I hate him-I am afrinad of him, but I am so sexually attracted to him) but get through this and you will be engrossed in a very compelling historical fiction novel involving "Time Walkers". If you can get past the instant physical attraction of the woman who is captured and enslaved to her captor, the rest of the novel involves some complex human relationships, [...]
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Sandy Grissett Jul 20, 2019 - 13:21 PM
Must readA very good book of adventure, violence, love, sorrow. This book will keep you in suspense. You will want to keep reading to find out what will happen next. A story of Maggie who lost her parents and then lost her grand father. She was trying to keep the ranch together. She was out in the barn when she found the bloodstone. The stone that took her backwards into time. When she awoke she was in the location of where the barn should be yet it was not there. All around was trees and grass. [...]
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The Legend of the Bloodstone By E.B. Brown In 2012, a woman cuts her hand and picks up a strange colored stone Suddenly she is staring into the eyes of an angry Powhatan warrior And the only town nearby is Jamestown, circa 1622 Maggie McMillan wakes up one day as a college student, yet ends the day as the Red Woman A legendary Time Walker that every loyal Powhatan brave wants to kill Captured by Winkeohkwet,In 2012, a woman cuts her hand and picks up a strange colored stone Suddenly she is staring into the eyes of an angry Powhatan warrior And the only town nearby is Jamestown, circa 1622 Maggie McMillan wakes up one day as a college student, yet ends the day as the Red Woman A legendary Time Walker that every loyal Powhatan brave wants to kill Captured by Winkeohkwet, a warrior who is torn between his duty to kill her and his desire to keep her, she is thrust into a life she had only read about in history books.Hunted and feared by both the Powhatan and the English, she struggles to find a way home while Winkeohkwet plots to keep her there Maggie fights to survive as she finds herself entangled in the Indian Massacre of 1622, and Winkeohkwet sees everything he ever believed in shattered by the knowledge she holds.As they battle against each other and the message she brings from the future, she must decide whether to return to her own time, or to make a life in the past with the man who holds her heart captive.

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