Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Return of the Heroine

From the publisher:

For Joan of Arc, it was about surviving in a man’s world. Nearly six hundred years later, at West Point, not much has changed.
One of the greatest heroines of all time returns and reveals the wisdom she received from Archangel Michael. “When you dare to commit to your deepest desires, your heart grows to accommodate the task at hand, no matter how daunting,” Archangel Michael advises Joan of Arc before she embarks on a mission that will change the course of history. With only eleven days left to live, she must take yet another leap of faith, surrender to the guidance of Archangel Michael, and set the record straight to ensure those in the future know the truth.
Her legacy reaches across the veil of time to awaken the heroine in all women. And for one twenty-first-century woman, Jane Archer, a West Point cadet, it means finding the courage to expose a cultural crime that has been dis-empowering women for centuries. In the process, she must learn to trust her own inner guidance.

 Kaye Michelle has written a unique story based on history and the present time.  The book is easy to read, keeps the readers attention.  For those that love history this would be a book for them.  I personally was uneasy over the fact that the story is trying to promote female leadership, and with some of the morals in the story.  

I received this book free from the Author . I was not required to write a positive review and the opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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