COURTING MORROW LITTLE
While there are familiar characters from Frantz’s first book, this novel stands on its own. The vivid descriptions will bring the landscape to life and the excellent writing will keep readers turning pages.
Morrow Little is coming home to Kentucky to be with her dying pa. When she was a little girl, a party of Shawnee warriors killed her mother and took her brother. Now, several men want her for a wife, but she is drawn to a forbidden love. She must choose between betraying the memory of her lost loved ones or marrying a man she doesn’t love. (REVELL, Jul., 368 pp., $14.99).