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Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2013
ISBN: 9781449782573
ISBN-13: 9781449782573

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In The Crimson Path of Honor, the Civil War is over, and a violent period known as the Indian Wars is erupting. Ignoring the danger, a feisty young woman from Boston rebels against her tyrannical father’s plans to marry her off to a family friend, and she seizes an opportunity to go west to teach.  On the way to the Oregon Territory, her stagecoach is attacked, and she is captured by a marauding band of Lakota (Sioux) Indians who call the Rocky Mountains home.


Accepting her perilous situation, the young woman courageously confronts the daily hardships inherent in early Native American life. At first treated like an outcast, she eventually adapts to her circumstances and comes to respect the camaraderie of the Indians, even falling in love with her captor. Over time, she begins to challenge her abductor’s traditional views on bloodletting and violence as the path of honor. Torn by her inability to justify her growing feelings for her captor in a culture of violence, she continually wonders why God has abandoned her in such a desolate place.


“M.B. Tosi has done it again. This is the historical novel at its best—realistic, filled with tough issues against a background of conflict and unrest.”


—Jim Langford,


Director Emeritus of University of Notre Dame Press

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    May 11, 2016
    oktobeme
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    Quality: 5
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    WOW! Where do I start? This is the first book I have read from author M.B.Tosi and can she write!!! I drank this book up like a horse that had traveled through the desert and found a bubbling brook. She does an amazing job of telling the story through the eyes of a captive white woman and her love for God. It is hard not to give spoilers but I won't. Morning Star is a incredible woman who makes the best of whatever she faces even if she has to fight for what is right. I cried, laughed, mourned and loved as I read as fast as I could to the end. Well Done M.B. Tosi!!
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    Native American hardship & christian romance in 1
    November 12, 2013
    raisingbookworms
    Quality: 5
    Value: 4
    Meets Expectations: 5
    This review was written for The Crimson Path of Honor.
    I have read the other three, I'm a sucker for Native American books. I enjoy reading and learning about Native Americans {and mythology. I really enjoy reading Native American mythology but that's another post}. If you are looking for a factual book about the Indian Wars then this is not for you. If you are looking for a sweet romance that mixes a little bit of historical facts then this is for you. I have admit I just Golden Eagle, Morning Star (who American name is Lucy), Grey Eagle, Broken Arrow and the who Lakota tribe in The Crismon Path of Honor. I enjoyed who she wrote about the hardships of day to day life and survival of the Lakota people. She didn't sugar the violence it is in here, it was a part of life for everyone not just the Native Americans back then. This book follows the ups and downs of one spunky woman who becomes Morning Star and the forbidding love between her and the soon to be Chief Golden Eagle. Morning Star brings Christianity to the tribe and is the key to their tribe living in peace and survive a brutal attack against a war waged with in the Lakota tribes. In the end she is granted freedom to leave if she wants. Her heart has always been with her new family the Lakota and she tells Golden Eagle " You never took my freedom... My freedom is mine.. in here (and she touches her heart). You might think you took my freedom, but you misunderstood. God gives me a secret freedom no man can take. And furthermore, I make all my own choices with perfect freedom, such as who I love...." {I read the ebook so this quote is from chapter 50 7309}
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