From the review:

The stars are sparkling overhead, and somewhere off in the distance a coyote howls. It’s chilly out, so you scoot closer to the fire. Across from you, a woman sits comfortably, wrapped in a plain, wool blanket.

As she stares into the fire, she smiles like she’s figured something out that the rest of us are still pondering. She could be a shaman, a medicine woman, sage, or a simple traveler who was drawn to the warmth of the campfire. She opens her mouth to speak. Her words are lively as she says, ”I had the strangest thing happen to me tonight.” We lean in to hear her story.

That is the feeling I had from the moment I started reading Saddling Dragons by Chrystine Julian.

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