Blurb Review of Woman of Courage by Wanda E. Brunstetter

About: Take a three-thousand mile journey with Amanda Pearson as she leaves the disgrace of a broken engagement and joins the work at a Quaker mission in the western wilds. The trip is fraught with danger, and Amanda is near death before reaching her destination. Among those she meets are an Indian woman who becomes her first convert and a half-Indian trapper who seems to be her biggest critic. But love follows her into the wilderness and will determine the course of her future. You are sure to enjoy this historical romance adventure from New York Times bestselling author Wanda E. Brunstetter.

Included is the newly-written sequel, Woman of Hope, with Little Fawn’s story.Raised as an orphan by a loving white couple, Little Fawn always felt something was missing from her life. She longs to take the news of Jesus to the Nez Perce Indians, but despite being a missionary herself, Little Fawn’s mother forbids it. Will White Wolf, her intended, support Little Fawn’s decision when she abruptly follows the tribe’s migration onto the Plains?




All right, I am supposed to review this book, right? Well, not really, I was given a copy after reviewing another book and I just haven’t gotten around to reading or reviewing this one. So, since I have not reviewed this book I thought I might review the book . . . blurb.

From the beginning of the blurb, “take a three-thousand mile journey” we know that the hero/heroine is going to have the usual and horrible feelings called doubt, fear, and worse of all second guessing him/her self, not a pretty picture. Then it’s followed by the “near death” experience that always leaves our lead on a trip of healing and ‘oh my! I can’t believe I almost died; I need to do something worth talking about and make use of myself’. Now that we know our lead is a female and she’s about to meet a “Indian woman” therefore she, Amanda, has the urge to show the woman that she needs to change (in some cases this is good but seeing as I disagree with the Quakers I’m not even going to go there.) but anyway, this Indian woman will be shown by our powerful and perfect character that she’s completely wrong and the woman will see that she’s right, there’s likely going to be tears, and all of that stuff.

There’s also a ” trapper who seems to be her biggest critic”, huh, who could that be? One guess, the hero, the perfect trapper man that saves the girl, and “love follows her into the wilderness” and that’s ALL we need to know so . . . There you have my reasons to read or not read this book, hope you enjoy.

And if you are one of the poor, I mean, dear readers of this book I dare you to tell me if I’m wrong. 😉

I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review and I am truly truly happy to share my true and honest thoughts.

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