Woman of Courage by Wanda E. Brunstetter

39984098Woman of Courage: Collector’s Edition Continues the Story of Little Fawn by Wanda E. Brunstetter was an interesting story. It is not your typical Amish story by Brunstetter , but about a young Quaker woman and her father. This is a story about bravery, faith , and trust. A young Quaker woman after being jilted by her finance decides to go on a very long journey in the Oregon territory to bring the Indians to Christ. A historical romance set in 1837 Oregon Territory. She was a very brave young woman to travel and deal with the many obstacles along the way.

This story is very well written. There are many adventures, trials and tribulations that Amanda goes through. We learn about various tribes and some of their customs. We find out about kidnappings, slavery and relationships between the tribes. Through flashbacks, we find out how Mary ended up married to a white man and what happened in her past. Amanda was very courageous and true to her faith and beliefs. She was also a sweet and caring woman. I also felt sorry for her with all that she went though. It seemed like so many things went wrong, but with her prayers, the Lord was there protecting her and brought her through many situations.

I received a digital ARC from Shiloh Run Press and Barbour Publishing, Inc. via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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