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By the age of 10, Lone Crow carried many scars as a result of the beatings he’d endured at the hands of Father Silas. In an effort to save his adopted sister from another "disciplining", he was compelled to commit an unthinkable act, an act so heinous he had to run away from the small town and into the unforgiving woods alone. 

Faith was born into the church and was the daughter of Father Silas. She was the sole subject of his unpredictable outbursts until the day her Father brought home a native child and called him Moses. Faith and Moses quickly became good friends, shielding and comforting each other until the fateful day it all changed and running away was the only option the young Moses had. 

Soon after, Faith was married off to the most holy man her aunt could find, but on the very night of her wedding, she realized the man had much the same temperament as her father. As bleak as her life was, she didn’t give up hope of a better future. But she never dared to dream it would include the one person who had shown her kindness and understanding.

Many years later, with Faith forced to accompany her husband on a missionary trip to spread the word to the natives, they were fated to meet again. Lone Crow quickly learned that the sacrifice he made as a young man was not enough to shield her from a life of abuse, and Faith would learn of his life as a native warrior and the freedoms it provided. The improbability of a relationship between the two would cause serious consequences and uncertainty for the village. Will his love be enough to save her from her tormentors and not bring death to his people?

©2020 Elizabeth Anne Porter (P)2021 Elizabeth Anne Porter

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