Drums of Change by Janette Oke
(Women of the West Book #12)

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The stillness of the mountains, the pines covering the hillsides, the gurgle of the spring... this was her home



The prairie fires that sweep the grazing lands, the coming of white men with their guns and diseases, and the quick slaughter of the vast buffalo herds leave Running Fawn's Blackfoot tribe with little choice but to take up residence on the assigned Reserve. All her life, Running Fawn has known only contentment, but now what will become of her hopes and dreams?

The Chief's son, Silver Fox, and Running Fawn are chosen to attend classes at the Mission Boarding School in Calgary. The white man's way of life isn't the only thing confusing to Running Fawn; the white man's God both frightens and intrigues her. Could this God indeed be the creator of the land she loves so dearly? Will she be forced to choose between the ways of her people and the man she loves?
 

About Janette Oke

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JANETTE OKE is the beloved, bestselling author of more than sixty books. Her writing has earned her the Christy Award for excellence in Christian Fiction, a number of Gold Medallion Awards, and two honorary awards for her significant contribution to the Christian book industry. Janette and her husband, Edward, live in Calgary, Alberta. Visit janetteoke.com.
 
Published November 1, 2007 by Bethany House Publishers. 244 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction, Romance, Children's Books, Education & Reference. Fiction

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