Forsaking All Others by Allison K. Pittman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This is the second book in this series...the first For Time and Eternity. I have not read the first one, but found I didn't have to in order to enjoy this book.
Camilla Fox left her home as a young 15 year old, she was infatuated with Nathan Fox. Love is blind as they say and she joins the Mormon Church. She is bless with two little girls, Melissa and Lottie, and then a little boy Arlen who died shortly after birth. Then her Husband decided to take another wife, she is devastated and finds her truth by reading the bible. She knows that she has been following a false God, and decides to leave. This is where the second book opens with her freezing to death, and being found by the military.
She is brought back to health, while it takes a long time. She misses her daughters, but cannot go back to her husband following a profit, and plural marriage. This is the story of how she forges ahead and tries to go back home.
Loved living in the Historical West....those bumpy stage coaches. The descriptions of the country side, and the stop over places. So different than what we know now. I felt a warm feeling about the faith in God that Camilla had and several other of the Characters that she connects with.
Her main focus is to obtain her daughter's back and move on with her life. You will have a hard time not wanting to get to the end of this story to get the answers.
I received this book from the Publisher Tyndale, and was not required to give a positive review.