Book 6 of The House of Winslow.
Rebel, Indian friend, Mountain man and finally preacher. Christmas Winslow is one of the men who settled Missouri. I enjoyed this book.
I loved this book. Its about trapping, hunting, finding God, and missionaries to the Indians. Also includes romance and how people of the church treated others that they thought were beneath them. It happens today too.
I loved this book and enjoy the entire House of Winslow series. The author is adept at weaving the elements of Chritianity, historical fact and an interesting plot.
I'm enjoying this whole series. Great historical Christian fiction with plenty of adventure and romance.
This is a great series for those who are interested in exciting historical novels with a Christian message. The books follow one family "The Winslows" from their religious persecution in England, to the trip on the Mayflower to America. They continue following family members through the first winter in the new country, on to the Revolutionary War, the Civil war, the move west, etc.
The characters are exciting and each new book in the series has the children and grandchildren as the main characters, although the previous generation still has a part so they are easy to follow. There are many books in this series, and I just finished Book 6. Gilbert Morris is an excellent author and each book stands on its own but I'm glad I started at the beginning even though it may take me a year or more to finish them all. It's worth it!
Honorable Imposter Bk 1 Holy Warrior Bk 6
Captive Bride Bk 2 Reluctant Bridegroom Bk 7
Indentured Heart Bk 3 Last Confederate Bk 8
Gentle Rebel Bk 4 Dixie Widow Bk 9
Wounded Yankee Bk 10
Union Belle (bk 11) Gallant Outlaw Bk 15
Final Adversary (bk 12) Jeweled Spur Bk 16
Crossed Sabres (bk 13) Yukon Queen Bk 17
Valiant Gunman (bk 14)