About the Book
Book: Honor in the Mountain Refuge
Author: Misty Beller
Genre: Christian Historical Romance
Release date: November 9, 2021
This epic journey is his last chance to start a new life.
After being cast out of his Blackfoot village for his kindness to the Nez Perce captives, Chogan travels west in search of meaning for his life. Meaning that doesn’t require killing or torturing innocent people. Though the lovely face of Telípe, a Nez Perce woman, is imprinted on his heart, he avoids her village. She deserves a happy life with her husband and coming child.
With her husband dead and the birth of her babe imminent, Telípe’s reality looks nothing like she planned. She’s been forced to return to the village where she grew up and the chaos of her family’s lodge—with all her boisterous younger brothers. She desperately desires to start a new life for herself and the babe growing within her, but she can’t seem to climb above the mire of her past. When she stumbles into the brave who’d shown her kindness during her captivity, something ignites within her—a new hope.
Chogan’s determination to stay and help Telípe is thwarted by her people’s fear and hatred for his tribe—especially since he was among last winter’s kidnappers. It doesn’t matter that he did everything he could to keep her and her unborn child safe and comfortable during that awful event. But as a new predator threatens the safety of the village, Chogan determines to take down the massive wildcat that’s already injured several children—including one of Telípe’s younger brothers. When the danger escalates, Chogan is faced with an impossible choice. No matter which option he chooses, his life will never be the same—nor that of the woman he’s come to love.
From a USA Today bestselling author comes another epic journey through breathless landscapes and adventure so intense, lives will never be the same.
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About the Author
Misty M. Beller is a USA Today bestselling author of romantic mountain stories, set on the 1800s frontier and woven with the truth of God’s love.
She was raised on a farm in South Carolina, so her Southern roots run deep. Growing up, her family was close, and they continue to keep that priority today. Her husband and children now add another dimension to her life, keeping her both grounded and crazy.
God has placed a desire in Misty’s heart to combine her love for Christian fiction and the simpler ranch life, writing historical novels that display God’s abundant love through the twists and turns in the lives of her characters.
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When minor characters get their own story!
One of the things I love about writing in series is the chance for minor characters to become major characters, with fascinating lives and personalities of their own! The heroine in Honor in the Mountain Refuge, Telipe, first appeared in Light in the Mountain Sky as Meksem’s little sister who was kidnapped by a band of Blackfoot warriors. Even when I’m the writer, characters often surprise me by doing things very differently than what I expected!
Telipe did exactly that in one of the final scenes of that previous book. When Meksem and her friends showed up to rescue Telipe and the other captives, Telipe actually braced herself in front of one of one of her Blackfoot captors, stopping anyone from injuring him. Why would she do that?
In that book, Telipe only says that the man had been kind to her when the other warriors were not. I knew there HAD to be more though.
I pray you enjoy learning Telipe’s story as much as I did, including how that Blackfoot brave she protected shows up again in the most unexpected of places!
I am so happy that Telipe has her own story. She is brave, compassionate and in love with someone her tribe doesn’t trust. I admire her bravery in trying to protect a Blackfoot who her people blame for her kidnapping as a young girl. There is so much depth to the story and I like how we reconnect with Telipe as a young woman. Giving birth to twins will keep her busy, but she still desires to see Chogan. I wonder how she will convince the tribe that he saved her life and is not the bad person they think he is?
Chogan is nothing like the people of Telipe’s village thinks he is. He doesn’t like to go to battle but instead wants to supply food for those he cares for. He is a peaceful man who wants to be able to see Telipe and her children. I loved how determined Chogan was to capture the wildcat and get respect from Telipe’s tribe. It will be dangerous but he knows this is what he needs to do. Now maybe his mission has been revealed. The author clearly describes the terrain and I felt like I was seeing it through Chogan’s eyes. The wildcat is fierce and I know I would not want to hunt the animal for fear of injury or worse.
The story focuses on the wildcat as it inches closer to the camp. The men set out to find it before it can harm anyone else. We see how brave Chogan is when someone he loves is in danger. With the author’s gift of details you can almost feel the wildcat’s breath as it sees Chogan. This was an especially great scene between animal and man.
The ending is good and includes a great scene where God answers prayers and several characters begin a relationship with Him. I loved how they were led to Christ and the story ends with a new beginning for Chogan and Telipe.
I received a copy of this book from Celebrate Lit. The review is my own opinion.
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I absolutely must read this book!!ReplyDelete
So glad you enjoyed the book and hope your readers do, too! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Sounds like a great read! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
This book sounds like an awesome read and one that I am going to enjoy.ReplyDelete
Good book for fall reading.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the contest.
Thank you for sharing your review of this story, this sounds like a must read book and series for meReplyDelete