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Stolen Heritage

Stolen Heritage Reared by Indians after being taken captive as an infant she finally finds civilization Can she be reunited with her family Can she find her identify and true love

  • Title: Stolen Heritage
  • Author: Barbara Goss Barbara A. Goss
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Reared by Indians after being taken captive as an infant, she finally finds civilization Can she be reunited with her family Can she find her identify and true love

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      Published :2019-01-24T19:42:30+00:00

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    1. This is my fave (so far) by this author. I was gifted a copy of this audiobook by the author in exchange for a fair review. Leon Nixon does a fine job reading.It's a safe clean romance.Like BG's other works that I've read, it's kinda predictable but kinda not. So it has a comfortable feel without being boring. It's PG but romantic. No insta love here though. There's a nice growth with Running Brook re-learning herself in her new world. There is some talk of faith but it was nicely woven into the [...]

    2. A Young Boy or NotThis story line centers around Brook, the female lead, and her journey home.She travels with two young men and she is drawn to one of them.This book had a bit of everything from family reunions, a bit of danger, and romance.Overall, a captivating historical romance.Leon Nixon did well wihth the narration.Note:"This audio book was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review."

    3. Kidnapped as a baby, this white child, was raised with the Comanche Indians. Rescued as a teenager by gentle Quakers, she was educated in the ways of the white man and introduced to Christian beliefs. As a young adult she began her search for her true heritage and her real family. Her action-packed and heart-stirring journey captures the spirit of the untamed western prairies in the late 1800s.

    4. I am a huge fan of Barbara Goss' message-driven, faith-based western romances which are well-plotted and have fully-envisioned characters. I am also fond of narrator [AUDIO] Leon Nixon whose mellow drawl encompasses distinctive female as well as male voices. And this story has all these elements but . . . I guess, for me, it didn't quite overcome the "suspension of disbelief" required by any novel or movie or TV, etc asking us to step inside its world for awhile. For starters, our heroine is too [...]

    5. Running Brook was kidnapped as an infant and raised by the Comanche until she was 16. Rescued and taken in by a Quaker couple, she's taught about God and learns to speak English. Two years later, the gentle Quaker man tracks down two families that lost infant girls who might be Running Brook. He enlists Captain Jeremy Grant and his friend Dusty to take Running Brook to Fort Worth to reunite with her family.When the book begins, Running Brook is disguised as a boy and travels with the men to Fort [...]

    6. From the title I was expecting a story about a young woman adjusting to life in the white world after being kidnapped in an Indian raid as an infant. There was very little of her adjusting to her new life. There was a slight mystery about what her step brother was doing and his attempt to prevent her being able to collect her inheritance from her father. There was also a romance between the main character and a solider tasked with returning her to her family. I felt the dialogue was a bit stilte [...]

    7. This book was well written by the author. I enjoyed the story a lot and had not read/listened to something quite like this. It followed nicely and the characters were relateable. I listened to this book and I loved the narrator.

    8. Twists and turns laughs and tears.Loved the story. So many exciting events. Budding friendship and love. Romance and tragedy. Very good reading. Very happy ending.

    9. Another great short story by Barb Goss.Enjoyable narrative that only made this book come to life for me as a reader/listener

    10. Definitely added to my favorite book listGoss has become one of my favorite authors. I've spent the last week or so reading her books. She never disappoints, always delivering enjoyable and lovely stories. This particular one has made my favorites list. The author keeps the reader guessing what's going to happen, up until the end. Definitely a must read for any historical romance fan, and the best part is it's a Christian romance, therefore it is clean :)

    11. Touched my heart a joyful surprise.Honestly I did not expect much your normal historic romance. To my utter delight it brought back the joy Of feel about my "Father". How much I missed that closeness with him. Read it and you will understand do not to spoil it but a great book all around. One of the few of know I will err-read it was that good.

    12. Stolen Heritage by Barbara GossExcellent ebook and I look forward to reading more from this author I give this ebook five stars. 5 stars

    13. Charming story of a baby kidnapped by Indians and her return to her family. Very well written with detail to the Christian faith. I will definitely read more of Barbara Goss's books!

    14. Stolen HeritageI didn't think I would enjoy this book at first but I have thoroughly enjoyed it. I would like to read more of her books.

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