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As an infant, Running Brook is kidnapped by the Comanche; as a teenager, she is rescued by gentle Quakers and introduced to Christian beliefs; as a young adult, she searches for love and her true heritage.
Discreetly disguised as a boy, Brook travels to Texas with a tantalizing young army captain and his Indian guide. There she finds her father who welcomes her with open arms. But Brook's stepmother and Ram, her handsome stepbrother, resent her. When she accidently discovers Ram's underhanded schemes, she knows that her life is in danger. Isolated on the ranch, is there anywhere she can go for help? Would she dare to turn to Captain Jeremy Grant for help? She had finally found her real family, but had she lost her heritage? This story weaves together adventure, faith, and love in a captivating story.
©2015 Barbara Goss (P)2017 Barbara Goss
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5 out of 5 stars
By HeatherY on 08-28-17

Historical Romance with Strong Female Lead

Running Brook was kidnapped as an infant and raised by the Comanche until she was 16. Rescued and taken in by a Quaker couple, she's taught about God and learns to speak English. Two years later, the gentle Quaker man tracks down two families that lost infant girls who might be Running Brook. He enlists Captain Jeremy Grant and his friend Dusty to take Running Brook to Fort Worth to reunite with her family.

When the book begins, Running Brook is disguised as a boy and travels with the men to Fort Worth. Along the way, she and Dusty become easy friends, the Indian man reminding her of a childhood friend. She and Captain Grant clash during the trip, and her conflicting feelings for the hard man have her doubting his morals. When she arrives in Forth Worth, she meets a family who might be her own, but they carry secrets that put her in danger.

This was another great historical romance from Barbara Goss! She did a great job portraying the hardships faced by the Native Americans on reservations during that time period. Brook was a strong female lead, and held her own against the intrigue. I especially loved Maggie and Flora, both were motherly characters I could picture in real life. The writing is simple and straightforward, and contains a Christian message.

The narration was well done, Leon Nixon has a great voice and tone. He narrates evenly and not dramatically. I received a copy of the audiobook, and I'm voluntarily leaving a review.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Rhonda on 08-24-17

Entertainment with a religion and history lesson

Would you listen to Stolen Heritage again? Why?

I enjoyed listening to this book but it isn't one I would listen to more than once. It is very simplified and not terribly realistic but it was a nice story and worth listening to.

Who was your favorite character and why?

The grandmother added a little comedy.

Which scene was your favorite?

When she meets her real grandmother.

Any additional comments?

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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