Morning Sky (Freedom's Path Series #2)

Morning Sky (Freedom's Path Series #2)

by Judith Miller


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ISBN-13: 9780764229992
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers
Publication date: 03/01/2006
Series: Freedom's Path Series , #2
Pages: 384
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.30(h) x 1.20(d)

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Morning Sky 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I would like to see the telling of the stories left to the Authors. Not to the the reviewers. I make it a point not to read H.K.'s reviews.....RADARONE.....07-09-2015.....
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1880 Nicodemus, Kansas, two generations of Harbans live a quiet lifestyle when unwelcome Lilly Verdue arrives from New Orleans. Ezekiel, the Family patriarch, is unhappy to see his sister-in-law and demands she explain why she came to the quiet plains Lilly refuses to say much about her past and her reason to hastily depart from the big city for a farming community. --- Though she plans to avoid scandal, Lilly thinks her niece Jarena is engaged to the wrong man, a soldier Thomas Grayson whom she loyally waits for his return while caring for her dad and her sister Grace. When Lilly meets Moses Wyman, she believes that though he is engaged to Truth, he is going to marry the wrong Harban, as she feels he and Jarena belong together. She decides to matchmake, which forces her to reveal the truth to her nieces. Needing escape, Truth travels to New York to bring home her ailing friend Macia Boyle from the academy she attends there only to find something more lethally sinister than illness there. --- Three years have passed since the events of FIRST DAWN, which enable the audience to see what has happened to the Harban family since then. They remain likable and for the most part admirable while along with a solid support cast bring the late Reconstruction Era Plains to life especially for Christian historical readers. Though the secret and the Truth trip to New York come late, these add suspense by ¿testing¿ the Harbans¿ Christian values including their core belief in God. Judith Miller in her second Freedom¿s Path tale provides a pleasurable Americana saga. --- Harriet Klausner
DNunley More than 1 year ago
Great read. Very educational and enlightening. I recommend for young and old.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow. That is amazing!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I like it! Nice job! -mistyfog
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Beautiful plot. I kinda assumed the teeny white kit would be Morningkit, but whoops! I love it! Continue!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Swirling sunset colors danced in the sky, pink, orange, red. Any kit would say the sky was on fire. A lone bluebird perched on a branch just outside the nursery. It preened its wing, and a single feather floated down to rest infront of a beautiful blue queen. <p> Skylily glanced at the feather in front of her. It gleamed a briliant sky blue. She blinked once, twice. Her vision blurred as a contraction rippled through her smooth fur, and her instincts kicked in. She dashed to the nursery, calling for her mate and the medicene cat. Relatives and her and her mate's parents, along with his relatives gathered to see the arrival. Lightfeather, the medicence cat, shooed them away and soon it was her and her mate. <p> She bit down on a stick as another contraction rippled through. A small blue shekit tumbled out. Her mate, Flamewind, licked the kit's fur backwards, then lay it by her side. Skylily gasped with wonder as the kit began to suckle. Another kit fell out, a firey orange one, a tom. Then hours passed. A very small shekit fell out, shockingly white. Skylily gave it a worried lick. <p> Lightfeather purred. "A fine litter. What are their names?" Skylily looke up at Flamewind. "You name the tom-kit." Flamewind thought, then peered outside. "Firekit, how the rising sun sets color to the sky." Skylily nodded, then it hit her. Her birth was that long? She pushed those thoughts away as she looked at the small white she kit. "Risingkit, for the rising sun." <p> She looked down at the little blue shekit nestled beside her. "Morningkit. For the morning." She purred, happy for such a wonderful morning. <p> (Our names may be the same, but that's my favorite time of the day! Thanks for reading!) <p> ~ Morning
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This 300 page book cost $5.99. Why buy it, when the only other review( by harstan of course) reveals all the main plots? This is a Christian publication from Bethany House. The editing was very good. Ezekial's sister in law moves to Kansas and stirs up a hornet's nest. Truth goes to NY to get away from her and finds a few surprizes. I liked this book better than the first one, which I gave two stars. This novel did not drag and was not as predictable. Even better,.the Indians and whites did not have to rescure the African Americans from certain destruction. Some violence. Otherwise a very clean book which is not preachy. The ending was a cliff hanger and there is a book three. I will not be buying it as I am sure it too will have an incomplete conclusion. It costs $6.99. This series is chick lit and for ages 14 and up. AD