Woman of CourageThis book by Wanda E. Brunstetter was absolutely wonderful! I have read most of her Amish books and I would say this is my favorite book so far from this author. It wasn’t Amish, it was about a Quaker woman, Amanda Pearson, who after being left by her fiance, decides to become a missionary in the frontier bringing Indians to Christ. She begins her 3,000 mile trek in 1837 during the time of frightening Indian attacks and many other hardships common to pioneering people of the early to mid1800’s.
Her trials begin to seem unsurmountable but she forges on till she finds help and friendship. She is relentless in her missionary goal. She meets Buck McFadden, a non-believer who she finds herself attracted to. But her strong Christian convictions will not allow more than a friendly relationship.Amanda endures many hardships and experiences things she had never imagined she would experience. The trials are continual and she surely must wonder if her decisions had been right or not.
The title of this book is very appropriate for Amanda as well as other women she encounters. You really have to admire the women that helped to forge our country. This was a 5 star book! Very well done, Wanda!
The Story of Little Fawn (Sequel)
Little Fawn is the Indian daughter found by Amanda. This is her story. It was wonderful. Little Fawn has some adventures of her own. This is a story of faith, trust in God and family and love. It was a great addition to the book! So happy to have read this as well. Loved finding out what happens and it was so worth the read.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Barbour Publishing and was under no obligation to post a review.