Friday, July 02, 2010

Morning for Dove

Dove Morris and Luke Anderson face many obstacles in their quest for love, the most dominant being Luke's mother. After seeing her parents and brothers slaughtered and her sister carried off by Indians, Mrs. Anderson cannot forgive or forget and refuses to acknowledge half-Cherokee Dove or her Cherokee mother. Luke and Dove's journey is one of faith that leads to complete trust in God and His ability to lead us to forgiving even the greatest of hurts as He forgave those who tortured Him.
Come journey back in time to 1897 and the town of Barton Creek in Oklahoma Territory and meet the good and some not-so-good citizens as they struggle with God's plans for their lives.
Leave a comment below for a chance to win this book.


Edwina said...

This book sounds great! Please enter my name.


Julia M. Reffner said...

Count me in, Martha. I haven't read many books with a Native American heroine and I'm intrigued by the plot.


Wendy said...

I am looking forward to this book. Thanks for offering it.

misskallie2000 said...

Hi Martha,
Pls count me in the drawing. I would love to read this book. I love books with indians and the struggle they had to make it in the white world. We all have to struggle at some point in our life.

Thanks for the opportunity to enter.

misskallie2000 at yahoo dot com

Ann Lee Miller said...

A J Hawke said...

Would love to have a copy of Morning Dove. Thanks for the opportunity.

A J Hawke

Pain SUX said...

This looks like a wonderful read. I love the book about Native Americans and their struggles with the


Unknown said...

Hey Martha!
This book sounds wonderful. Please add my name to the drawing, too. Thanks!


Jo said...

This sounds like quite a book and would love to get entered in the drawing.