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The Comanche Girl's Prayer, Texas Women of Spirit Book 2 Kindle Edition
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Best bits: Soonie is in a rough place between two cultures, but seems to navigate it well. I admire her interest in Comanche and Kiowa culture, along with her desire for her people to turn to God and her belief that all people are equal before God. I liked her frustration with the traveling preacher's attitude of white superiority, and wished she hadn't gotten repeatedly sidetracked from confronting him on it. I liked how she spotted Lone Warrior's subtle smiles of affection, and didn't let him get away with using peyote to "hear God." Lone Warrior certainly cares for his people, and becomes an even better protector, I'd say, when he lets go of his bitterness and anger and turns back to God. They are good for each other. God's love for everyone, regardless of race, culture, or past sins, is a big theme, and a good one. Soonie embodies this very well in her interactions with the people in the settlement and with saloon-girl Darla. Just a few typos. I appreciated the consistent POV.
Issues: Though it is a HEA ending, I would've liked for the story to go on beyond the first leg of their journey together. The epilogue is hardly a satisfactory substitution for more of the story!
So the story unfolds with inspiration to stand up for who you are.. " I am what I am" and keeping her faith in the Lord, through the dangers.
Story on how many different people CAN live together and create a peaceful place to live, even when
they are struggling daily providing enough food for their people and no convenience at all. Nice to have
a romance book that is clean.