Rachel Lemoyne by Eileen Charbonneau
(Women of the West Novels (Forge Hardcover))

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Rachel LeMoyne, a mixed-blood Choctaw raised in a Presbyterian mission, knows that her calling in 1847 is to travel to Ireland to feed the starving people there with her own people's life-giving surplus corn.  But she never expects to find a husband among the hungry and grief-stricken people--especially not a husband considered to be an outlaw. When Rachel and Darragh return to America as husband and wife, a new challenge awaits her: they must flee to escape the authorities still searching for Darragh.  But with the Irish, like the Blacks and Indians, deemed "unfit for liberty," facing factories posting "No Irish Need Apply" signs, the only place to go is west to the wild country promised to anyone who can survive the journey.

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About Eileen Charbonneau

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Eileen Charbonneau is the author of Honor to the Hills, In the Time of the Wolves, Rachel Lemoyne and The Ghosts of Stony Clove.
 
Published July 15, 1999 by Forge Books. 320 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction, Westerns, Romance. Fiction

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Half-Choctaw Rachel LeMoyne tries to make peace between her Presbyterian upbringing and the Choctaw culture in this simplistic historical romance, which travels the Trail of Tears in 1832, visits Ireland during the potato famine and ends with the 1848 Wagon Trail in Oregon.

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Dare and Rachel are two of the most admirable people I've encountered in a book and I grew to love them and empathize with them over the course of the story.

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