I liked it. This was actually more of a 3.5 star read for me, but I rounded it up because the characters are so wonderful and engaging, and the romance between the characters was very sweet. The writing was excellent, and I could tell that the author did a great deal of research into the time period, and into the Shawnee history and traditions. It was an interesting story. I think anybody who enjoyed Catherine Anderson's "Comanche Moon" will really enjoy this book.
It is long, but the story moved along enough that I never felt bored.
It does not have as much steam as I normally like, and I felt that the ending was a tad abrupt and just a bit too neatly wrapped up.
For the most part it was a great read.