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S’HaBO-Day: Eagle Tattoos

Help a Bitch OutThis inquiry comes from Kelli:

I was hoping you could help me out. So I know you do this sometimes, and if you get around to doing this for me I'm looking for a book I read a long time ago. I want to say I was maybe fourteen? So this book is at LEAST ten years old. I'm pretty sure it was a Silhouette or a Desire. I do not remember the author or the title of the book. What I do remember isn't much.

The Hero was Native American with long hair. He rode a motorcycle. He lived in a cabin with an outdoor tub. He had an eagle tattoo that our Heroine once outlined with the tip of her tongue.

Our Heroine falsely believes she is barren. She thinks this will turn off our hero. I think she had just recently been left by a man for the same reason.

The hero wasn't turned off by her being thought barren, but he was excited about not having to wear a condom. I do believe that she ends up pregnant I want to say with twins at the end but those details are a little blury. I really want to get my hands on this book again. so help a bitch out :) Thanks so much!

Ah, Romanceland, where there are no such things as STDs or other reasons for employing sexual protection, and the most infertile of women need only application of the magic wang to become super pregnant. Feh. 

I did a search on Google:Books for variations on “eagle tattoo traced with her tongue” and none of the results I discovered seemed to match this book. Do you remember this one? 


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    appomattoxco says:

    It sounds like it might be a Hawk’s Way book by Joan Johnston.

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    TMS says:

    I know I’ve read this! I want to say it’s a Sheri Whitefeather book, but which one, I have no idea!

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    Liz H says:

    “Ah, Romanceland, where there are no such things as STDs or other reasons for employing sexual protection, and the most infertile of women need only application of the magic wang to become super pregnant. Feh.”

    I can feel my blood pressure rising. This is the only thing that has ever led me to throw a book. But the size of the mark on my living room wall says very very poor things for certain segments of the romance genre.

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    Beccah W. says:

    Oh the magic wang! What would we do without our faith in the miraculous workings of the peen?

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    Joanna S. says:

    Are we so very sure it was his Magic Wang?  Perhaps it was her perusal of his eagle tattoo with her tongue – maybe that’s where the magic lies?  Maybe we should experiment by licking hot men with tattoos, you know, in the interest of science and all.

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    Jcode says:

    I’m not sure about the eagle tattoo, but this is reminding me a bit of a book by Ruth Wind.  Maybe Juliet’s Law?  I’m not sure this is the book the original poster is thinking of, because I can’t remember enough details.  I just remember liking it a lot, and it definitely has a Native American hero and (I think) a hot spring, if not a hot tub…

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    Jewel says:

    I would just like to say that ‘Feh’ is a seriously underused exclamation (at least in my goyim world) and I would like a campaign to bring it back! In fact, I’m going to start using it frequently now, and I hope y’all will join me!

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    Mblakemtc says:

    I remember reading on like this, don’t remember the tatoo.  I think he wa a doctor, too.  Maybe one of the montana maveriks

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    Heather says:

    And you have to say “And don’t say I didn’t warn you!” in Hoggle’s voice. :)

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    Kelli Evans says:

    Thanks guys. I haven’t found it yet but you’ve given me some great leads and if I still don’t find it I think you’ve at the very least inadvertantly made my TBR list even longer lol so thanks for that :)

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    Kelli Evans says:

    Thank you all for leading me in the right direction. After searching around with your suggestions for awhile I decided to just ask Sheri Whitefeather if it’s one of her books. It wasn’t but she sent me a book that she thought I was talking about and she was correct. For anyone that was curious the book is called Miranda’s Outlaw by Katherine Garber…

    Again thanks so much :)

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    Emily says:

    Thanks for telling us! I appreciate story with HEA or something along those lines. I hope you enjoy the book. It was nice of the author to send it.  Happy reading!

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