Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Burning Sky by Lori Benton

Burning Sky by Lori Benton -- 416 pages

Willa Obenchain was kidnapped by the Mohawk tribe at a young age and given the name Burning Sky. But after she has her Mohawk family, she has come back to the English--only to find her family gone and their house empty. She also finds a wounded Scotsman, whom she feels she must help.

Now, with her Mohawk family, and her English family gone, she is struggling to find her home, while God is working, even through her hard walls of protection, to provide her with another family.

This starts off a bit confusing, but eventually explains everything. I enjoyed it.

Burning Sky won the Christy Award in 2014.

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