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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2011
Availability: In Stock
Series: Sister Wife
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Camilla Fox is alive. The last thing she remembers is being lost in the snow after leaving her home to escape the Mormon faith she no longer calls her own. Shes been taken in by the 5th Infantry Regiment of the US Army and given over to the personal care of Captain Charles Brandon. As she regains her strength, memories of her two children she had to leave behind come flooding back, threatening to break her heart. Camilla is determined to reunite with her daughters. But when news of her fathers grave illness reaches her, she knows she must return to the family farm to reconcile with her father. As spring arrives, Camilla returns to Salt Lake City a changed woman, but nothing could prepare her for the changes to the city, to the Mormon church, and to the family she left behind.
CurledUpWithaBookThe MaritimesAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Good book.January 27, 2014CurledUpWithaBookThe MaritimesAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 3Before reading this book be sure to read 'For Time and Eternity' the first book in this series. After finishing the first book I immediately purchased 'Forsaking All Others' because I was so caught up in the story and had to know what happened next. It's a great story of standing firm in the truth of the gospel. There were parts of this story that I found somewhat disappointing and questionable but overall it was a great book and it certainly gives us a better understanding of what Mormons believe.
Candace BettsBolivar, Mo.Age: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Topic very well doneMarch 20, 2013Candace BettsBolivar, Mo.Age: Over 65Gender: femaleThis is a difficult topic: Mormonism. Most of us don't really understand it. Now I understand it better thanks to this book. I was concerned about putting it in our church library before I read it. Now I know it will help others understand this religion. The book reveals how a woman feels in a marriage with other wives and how their teachings deviates from Evangelical Christianity. The main character is so real, that it is hard to put the book down and I wish there was a third book! It explains many problems of how to get along with other wives and the emotions of dealing with it, particularly if you are the first wife.
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Christy JanesAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Tastefully Written and Emotionally TransparentDecember 13, 2012Christy JanesAge: 25-34Gender: femaleHaving firmly ensconced herself among some of the best authors in Christian historical fiction, Allison Pittman has penned another winner that fans of American and religious history will certainly appreciate. Immediately picking up where she last left her readers, Forsaking All Others concludes the story of Camilla Deardon Fox and her freedom from the early Mormon church.
Knowing that she must leave the falsehoods of the Mormon faith and return to the Christian teachings of her childhood, Camilla flees her husband and two young daughters as the US is on the brink of war with Utah and the Mormon church. Intending to seek refuge with her sister-in-law, she is stranded in the cold and faces the dangers of frostbite. Thanks to a compassionate Army officer, Camilla gains a safe haven to plot her next move and recover. After several convincing arguments, she persuades Colonel Brandon to take her to Salt Lake City so she may beg housing from her relatives. After having the door slam in her face, she resigns herself to staying with the one woman that won't turn her away--Sister Evangeline. This charity does not come without a price, however, and betrayal becomes the next foe she must face.
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