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Change of Heart Perfect Paperback – May 3, 2011
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Encountering a blizzard, she slips down a ravine, seriously injuring herself. A white trapper, Phillip Gardner, finds Spupaleena while tending his lines and carries the unconscious girl home to his rough log cabin. His pregnant wife, Elizabeth, nurses Spupaleena’s injuries and tries to bring comfort to the troubled girl. Spupaleena knows a few English words and over the next few months they manages to communicate. But the young girl says nothing about herself, her family, or why she has run away.
Phillip must leave for several days to travel into town to replace stolen traps, leaving the two women to manage on their own. A tragedy occurs, forging an even deeper relationship and a test of faith. Spupaleena finally is able to acknowledge the full reason for her escape, relieving her heart of its guilty burdens. She learns of the white man’s God and with her new belief is able to face her future with confidence.
Author Carmen Peone does an excellent job of allowing the reader to experience Native American culture in the emerging American West. Ideal for readers of any age, Change of Heart is a story of compassion, love and enduring faith. Change of Heart is the first of The Heart Trilogy, followed by Heart of Courage and Heart of Passion. To learn more about the author, visit [...]
Engaging and rich with fascinating details, Carmen Peone writes a tale that makes it easy to envision being right there, in the midst of the action taking place in the story.
The picture of authentic life Peone creates is one that lingers long after the book is finished.