Book Feature: “Beneath the Shining Mountains” by Linda Acaster

Please welcome to Lizzyland, native american historical romance author Linda Acaster. She’s here to share her novel, “Beneath The Shining Mountains“.

historical romanceTall and well-toned, a master of his warrior arts, Moon Hawk believes Winter Man walks in a golden light. She yearns for him to notice her, but why would a man with so many lovers want to take a wife?

Plotting a wry challenge to his virility succeeds in capturing his attention, but it starts an escalating game of tease and spar that threatens to lead Moon Hawk to ridicule and her family to shame. What started as a distracting game for Winter Man is turning into a nightmare of betrayal.

When Moon Hawk’s young sister is captured by raiding Pawnee, Winter Man knows he must rescue her and settle the bad blood between the families. But in a village of skin lodges where everyone can evesdrop, danger is closer than either Moon Hawk or Winter Man imagine.
Set among the Apsaroke on the northern plains in the early 19th century, this is a story of honour among rival warrior societies, and one woman’s determination to wed the man of her dreams.

Available for purchase at:

Amazon US

Amazon UK


About Linda Acaster
Linda Acaster wrote short fiction across a variety of genres before she moved to writing novels. Ten are featured in her how-to “Reading A Writer’s Mind…”. Fascinated since childhood by the early 19th century lives of the northern plains peoples, she became a re-enactor before finding a UK publisher for “Beneath The Shining Mountains” where, to everyone’s surprise, it went on to sell 30,000 print copies. She’s written a Western novella as Tyler Brentmore, and is currently into the second of a trilogy of supernatural thrillers. She says “Writing in one genre has never appealed. It’s what keeps my writing fresh.”

5 thoughts on “Book Feature: “Beneath the Shining Mountains” by Linda Acaster

  1. Hi Lizzy! Thanks for hosting my book feature today. It’s great to be across here.

    If anyone has any questions – about any of my books – do leave a comments. I’ll be back!


  2. Oh, Gem, now I feel bad about putting you under pressure… LOL! Thanks for considering it, even though I know *exactly* what you mean about the TBR list. I often think e-readers were produced to stop us being flattened by our TBR piles. Hey, you’ll enjoy Beneath The Shining Mountains. It’s fast-paced, intriguing… (sloping off now before I get into trouble)

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