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by Wanda E. Brunstetter

Genre: Inspirational, Historical Romance

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Amanda and Mary are strong, courageous women who persevere through the hardships of 1800s America. Well researched and realistic to the time, Brunstetter’s story educates readers on various tribes and their practices and beliefs, and focuses on the power of forgiveness. This is a welcome change from her usual Amish stories.

After a broken engagement, Quaker Amanda Pearson decides to leave New York and head west with her father and a guide. Their 3,000-mile journey will end at Spalding Mission, where they plan to preach God’s word to the Nez Percé tribe. This is a dangerous trip, and Amanda finds herself fighting for her life at the home of a trapper and his Native American wife. They are skeptical of her Christian faith, but they begin to consider her message when they witness some of the mysteries that can only occur through God. Will Amanda be able to be witness to her newfound friends and find love along the way? (SHILOH RUN, Apr., 320 pp., $14.99)

Reviewed By: Leslie L. McKee

Publisher: SHILOH RUN

Published: April 2014

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