Manataka

Manataka Since she was a child Chloe has endured horrible nightmares about a Native American prince living in a time long forgotten She never understood why until she finds a stone that matches the one in he

  • Title: Manataka
  • Author: Ella J. Phoenix
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Since she was a child, Chloe has endured horrible nightmares about a Native American prince living in a time long forgotten She never understood why, until she finds a stone that matches the one in her dreams It has unimaginable powers, powers Chloe doesn t understand Fueled by memories of someone else s past, she sets off on a wild quest for the stone s birth place, hoSince she was a child, Chloe has endured horrible nightmares about a Native American prince living in a time long forgotten She never understood why, until she finds a stone that matches the one in her dreams It has unimaginable powers, powers Chloe doesn t understand Fueled by memories of someone else s past, she sets off on a wild quest for the stone s birth place, hoping to also find answers to her foreboding dreams On the outside, Mason Green looks like a hard working, self made millionaire, with too busy a life for romance Very few people know the real reason for his self imposed seclusion It s safer that way But when a sexy historian shows him a supernatural stone from a forgotten tribe, Mason is intrigued maybe the relic is the salvation he s been waiting for Ignoring the irrational attraction that threatens to crack the cask around his heart, Mason agrees to help Chloe As their wild quest becomes a dangerous mission, they must find the relic s birthplace before Mason s past catches up to them.
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    • Shelly says:

      This is not my first story from Phoenix and I can't say that this one is my favorite or even one that I liked as much as her Dragon Series. I'll tell you why I didn't care for this. This story had promise and I'm not sure where I lost interest but I lost it early and frequent. Chloe works for the government at the Smithsonian Institute in the Archive Department. With a PhD in Native American History, Chloe is in the basement cataloging relics. I had a problem with Chloe's expectations throughout [...]

    • t'irla ~The Bookslayer~ t'irla's Talk Book Blog says:

      Refreshing change for the normal PNR romance, fast paced story with wonderful protagonists!Description:Since she was a child, Chloe has endured horrible nightmares about a Native American prince living in a time long forgotten. She never understood why, until she finds a stone that matches the one in her dreams. It has unimaginable powers, powers Chloe doesn't understand. Fueled by memories of someone else’s past, she sets off on a wild quest for the stone’s birth place, hoping to also find [...]

    • Maria says:

      Manataka is a Native American fantasy/paranormal book that takes the reader on an adventure. Chloe and Mason come together, rather reluctantly at first, to discover the secret behind a rather special stone—one that holds secrets to the past.The story is written in third person that follows mainly Chloe and Mason. Chloe is a Native American expert that has nightmares about the Tula tribe. She discovers a special stone while working at the Smithsonian and sets off to find out more. Mason is a Na [...]

    • Laurie Garrison says:

      The author of Manataka takes you back through Native American history and adds a really neat paranormal lore to the tribe. I received the re-edited version and noticed a couple of issues, but they are not bad enough to pick on. What I look for when reviewing is the story flow, world building etc. I did enjoy reading the characters and the Native American folklore. The biggest problems I had with this book is there is no romance built or spark between Chloe or Mason and I really wished the author [...]

    • Heidi Sturgess says:

      I was given this book by Rene's in exchange for an honest review. I appreciate the dedication to husband, mother and friend! Also the glossary of terms was helpful, thank you ♥Let me start off by saying Ella J Phoenix you can put a feather in your hat I LOVED this book and I really appreciated the glossary of terms which made the read so much more fun and informative so thank you again Ella J Phoenix♥Mason has lets say lived many lives, seen many places and experienced many things.He lives p [...]

    • Crystal says:

      manataka is the first book I have had the pleasure to read by Ella J. Phoenix. This book is full of drama that keeps you turning pages. I found it to be a very interesting reading.I loved the character of Chloe. This girl has had some interesting dreams that she is trying to figure out. When she starts seeing things that she has seen in her dreams she knows that she needs to find out what her dreams all these years have meant. Chloe is a very strong girl that is determined to find answers. She i [...]

    • Stacy Sabala says:

      Book Review- Manataka by Ella J. PhoenixI found the theme of this book to be very intriguing. The story begins with an ancient Indian tribe and centers around a young woman named Adsila. Then it jumps to present day and introduces the reader to Chloe, the main character. She is an expert in Native American history and works in the Archives Department at the Smithsonian. One day when unpacking items from the archives, she finds a stone which interests her and even appears familiar. However, she i [...]

    • A.R. Von says:

      I have always loved Native American culture. Combine it with romance, mystery, excitement and plenty of paranormal elements and you have yourself an original story that keeps you turning its pages. A great read for any fans of the genre that crave something different.Chloe is a very independent and strong woman that takes everything in stride. Dreams that have haunted her for years seem to be stronger now and even more realistic than before. When she follows the lay’s advice and goes to a cert [...]

    • Natasna says:

      ****CONTAINS SPOILERS*****I was asked to review this book by the author, and I must say it was a pretty good one. There are some issues with the editing and on one occasion a character was called by another name that was not even in the whole book. Also there there are some British terms in this book when it takes place in the USA, but other than that I did enjoy it. I enjoyed how the two main characters Mason and Chloe were able to communicate easily and I think that this was because she had a [...]

    • Elizabeth says:

      Well written paranormal romance. Chloe has always been interested in Native American history and artifacts since she was a child with an imaginary native woman friend. After taking a job in the archive department of the Smithonian, she finds a piece of stone that she knows is important to the history of a lost tribe. Knowing some of the history of this tribe she takes a vacation from her work to go to Hot Springs Arkansas. Upon her arrival she sees a handsome Native American man that stops her i [...]

    • Rebecca says:

      Manataka is a nice read that was themed on Native American legends that were linked to familiar tribes but centered on a legendary tribe. I liked the two main characters Chloe and Mason. Chloe had some personal quirks that seemed odd and yet seemed natural to her. Mason could have used a bit more background earlier in the story but I really enjoyed the slow exposure of who Mason is and why. The identity of the villain was somewhat predictable but his connection to our main characters was great a [...]

    • Renes Getaway says:

      On the outside, Mason Green looks like a hard working, self-made millionaire, with too busy a life for romance. Very few people know the real reason for his self-imposed seclusion. It’s safer that way. But when a sexy historian shows him a supernatural stone from a forgotten tribe, Mason is intrigued - maybe the relic is the salvation he’s been waiting for. Ignoring the irrational attraction that threatens to crack the cask around his heart, Mason agrees to help Chloe. I appreciate the dedic [...]

    • Amazeballs Book Addicts says:

      Oh my goodness, I absolutely loved this book, granted at first I was not so sure, but after I got passed the first few chapters I was hooked. Its a story of hope, love, fate, and history. Chloe and Mason are dynamic and with every new development something changes, does not matter if its a simple conversation, running for their lives or a shared passion neither understand. This story is a continuous effort to bring in history and magic from the Indian tribes, I fell in love with it and the chara [...]

    • Mahyar says:

      I'll start this as soon as I finish Crave. Special thanks to the(VERY KIND)author for sending me a free copy. I can't wait to get into it.

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