She hadn’t planned on seeing anyone so soon. And yet, she couldn’t just leave him there unconscious, could she?
Will anyone remember her? Will her parents be there to greet her? Will they think her a fool for bringing home the injured man?
Will they welcome her home or will they shun her for being “tainted” by the Indians?
I cannot say enough good about this book. It’s a fantastic read, and especially good considering this is the debut novel from this author.
The storyline is rich, without being far-fetched. The two love interests are complete opposites, but both good men. Adding to the mix is the former beaux, who fought the Indians in the war and has definite ideas about what should happen to Willa and the family property next.
This is a must-read title, and the author goes on my favorite author list. I’d give it more than 5 stars if I could.
I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.