The Shape-Shifter’s Wife by Carolyn Radmanovich
World weary, despondent and widowed, Angelica, an anthropology professor from the University of San Francisco, takes a trip to heal her soul. While canoeing on the Russian River, she collides with a submerged tree and becomes pinned underwater where she has a near-death experience. The Shape-Shifter’s Wife tells the story of how Angelica, transported to California’s Gold Rush era in 1848, meets a handsome Frenchman shackled with a family curse, and an Indian medicine man who is compelled to reveal a prophecy that will change her life.
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“This is a very good story. It’s a little long”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Lainey
What a Yarn! This is a very good story. It’s a little long, but worth the time. I couldn’t put it down. I had never heard of shape shifting before I picked up this book; but by the time I finished the book, the author had me believing in the possibility that it could have existed. Regardless, it is a beautiful love story and I’m looking forward to the sequel. .
About the Author
On a warm spring day, while canoeing on the Russian River, the author, Carolyn Radmanovich, almost drowned. The strange dreams that followed propelled her into a life of writing. She has delved into the mysteries of shamanism, vision quests, and practices TM and a variety of Osho meditations. Carolyn has a Bachelor’s Degree in History from San Jose State University, which she has followed up with years of research about the Northern California Gold Rush of the 1840s.
Carolyn Radmanovich won the President’s Choice in Visionary Fiction from Independent Book Awards for The Shape-Shifter’s Wife. Independent Book Awards is a prestigious contest, and it recognizes some of the most entertaining and interesting books of the year, written by authors based anywhere around the world.
“The Shape-Shifter’s Wife is a story of love lost, love found, and the enduring nature of love. The story takes you on an adventure from present day San Francisco to the Russian River in the 1840s to the mystical mythology of the Native Americans and the brutal clash of cultures. A story to warm your heart and boil your blood.”
— Reverend Evelyn Hall, Leader of Women’s Vision Quests and Sacred Circles
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