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Awaited Love

Cherokee Brewer

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ISBN 10: 1434323021 / ISBN 13: 9781434323026
Published by AuthorHouse, 2007
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Title: Awaited Love

Publisher: AuthorHouse

Publication Date: 2007

Book Condition:Very Good

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The story presents itself through a compassionate and virtuous woman, in a small, quiet town in the 1870's. The events of Molly Blackwood are written over a year's span. Being half Cherokee never stops Molly Blackwood from living her life to the fullest in a white settlers' community. Her relationship with God and her faith help her endure the tragedy and sorrows her father and some neighbors bring upon her.to be the only school teacher in the wooden, one room schoolhouse is a pleasure as far as Molly is concerned. Most of the townspeople love their devoted teacher. Molly's father is a lazy man who prefers his liquor to work and Molly any day of the week. This causes Molly to have the responsibility of having to be the breadwinner for both of them since her Cherokee mother had died when Molly was an infant.Molly is actually the most beautiful woman in town. Her personality is equally as beautiful.Molly chooses her friends carefully. One friend especially. Susan Crenshaw has been Molly's dearest friend since childhood.Susan is a sweet Christian who has recently married and is expecting her first child.Molly feels an urgency to find love. Is Nathan Barnes the man she is destined to be with? His fast temper keeps Molly troubled even though her heart yearns to love him. As she begins to know and love him as a man, she quickly learns that Nathan's temper will never allow them to continue the relationship.Soon after deciding that she and Nathan should not press forward, Molly finds herself at her grandmother's reservation seeking guidance from her wise grandmother and Indian friends about her future. Once there, two men are after Molly's heart, causing another predicament of making choices. Running Deer, the chief of the tribe, longs for Molly to be his wife, while Molly has her heart going in the direction toward the towns' new doctor, Charles Schneider, a white man.Molly decides it is worth the risk to go after the man of her dreams rather than marry a man she only cons

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Cherokee Brewer was born and raised in Southeast Oklahoma. In addition to her writing, she volunteers interpreting to the deaf. She enjoys spending time with her husband and children, as well as their one Chihuahua, and two cats.

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