Author Janice Kiser has published her latest book, “Katiann: A Novel”. A rare story of love, culture, and fantasy, Katiann brings a tale of a white woman’s voyage to a Native American village where she learns the value of waiting for the right one to love her forever. “Katiann: A Novel” made it to the shelves on March 21, 2018.
Anna May, a twenty-seven-year-old nurse, outwardly has everything she needs. She remains grateful to her grandfather, who cared for her ever since she lost her parents. After his passing, Anna continues to live a normal life but feels something is missing. Everything changes when she receives a posthumous letter from her grandfather, who asks her to live for one year in a Native American village with ties to his past.
“Mat is the tribe’s leader who has forgotten the lure of a beautiful white woman. When he meets Anna and transports her to his village, he knows she is dangerous to him. Long ago, he promised his now-deceased wife to never love another as he had her. But while his attraction to Anna grows, her power to destroy that promise emerges”, says a spokesperson for “Katiann: A Novel”.
Anna tries to place her trust in him while Mat has yet to decide whether to let Anna into his heart. The tribe leader’s spirit is slowly dying, and Anna is the only one who can save him. The reader is left guessing if both characters will be willing to risk staying true to themselves?
“To be honest, after reading the first few pages, I had doubts. As I continued to read, I was caught up in the story until I could not put the book down. The story of Katiann and Mat is a beautiful story of pure and unbreakable love. Read it; you will enjoy this book”, says an impressed reader.
J.D Kiser currently lives on a farm in North Carolina with her husband and their dog. Her two children and six grandchildren live close to home. “Katiann: A Novel” is Kiser’s first book.