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Reviewed by Faridah Nassozi for Readers' Favorite
Golden Dawn left her home, a Cherokee village called Chota, and travelled to England to look for her childhood friend and the love of her life, Raven, whom she had last seen 10 years ago. The Great Spirit had warned her that Raven was in danger and she knew it was her obligation to save him, if it was the last thing she did. When she reached London, however, to her disappointment Raven was already engaged to a woman who was not ready to give him up without a fight. Raven's fiancée was, however, not the only one standing in the way of Golden Dawn’s happy ever after. Raven was consumed by a desperate need to find his biological father and make him pay for abandoning his mother. This filled him with anger that was so deep it was reaching self-destruction. Dawn firmly believed that she and Raven belonged together and was determined to save him from himself and from others who wanted to harm him.
In Passion’s Price, Mary Adair used a combination of a masterfully created plot and a selection of vibrant characters to write an amazing story that will give any fan of the historical romance genre a thrilling reading experience. The combination of characters - a beautiful Cherokee girl living in London but determined not to give up her native ways, a man with a consuming anger who was engaged to a devious woman while his heart belonged to the Cherokee girl, and two very loving and equally mischievous grandmothers and others - produced a definite page-turner. Dawn's free-spirited lifestyle was like a breath of fresh air to the people in London. She was a girl so beautiful, so stubborn and so determined to get what she believed was rightful hers that she survived her stay in London on her own terms. I loved reading Passion’s Price and cannot wait to read Mary Adair's next book, Passion’s Promise.