Large Print - 2008
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For the first time, Eyes-of-the-Sky prayed to the white man's God. "Tell me who I am. Tell me where I belong." One look in the mirror tells her that she is not Comanche, yet she remembers no other life. She watches the white people who cared for her after she was "rescued" - the mother, Hattie, and her handsome son, Joe - and wonders what her life had been like before her childhood abduction.

She looks at Joe, who has suffered greatly, and forgives little with an unfamiliar longing in her heart. But still she cannot help but wonder - is this where she belongs?

Published: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2008.
Edition: Large print ed.
ISBN: 9781602852495
Branch Call Number: F LAN
Characteristics: 398 p. (large print) ;,22 cm.


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Feb 19, 2013

Good book with an interesting plot. I really enjoyed it.

crazykuklafamily Dec 14, 2012

I enjoy reading romance novels about Indians. This one was good to read. I finished it quickly, because it flowed good and I wanted to see what happened next.


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