Forsaking All Others
From the Library Journal: Camilla Fox (For Time and Eternity) has fled her home and her Mormon faith, leaving two daughters behind. Lost in a storm, she is rescued by the 5th Infantry Regiment and taken under the wing of Capt. Charles Brandon. When she learns of her father’s illness, she knows she must return to Salt Lake City in the hopes of reconciling with him.
VERDICT Once again Pittman tells an engaging story in which the characters are moved to examine their faith and make difficult decisions. Readers who enjoy Christian Fiction dealing with family relationships and crises of faith will appreciate it.
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For Time & Eternity
When Camilla Deardon hears their songs coming on a breeze, they sound just like the songs in her own church. This is all she knows of the Mormons camping near her family's farm. Mama and Papa warned her to stay away, but she doesn't understand their fear, especially after meeting a young Mormon man named Nathan Fox. So handsome. So charming. His eyes hold the very image of this Zion he talks about, and his step seems a promise to take her there.
Though Camilla knows she should obey her parents, she can't refuse her heart. But Nathan's promises can never prepare her for what she will face in Utah. She's been willing to share her husband's faith, but can she share her marriage with another woman?
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