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Title: The Secret Path of Destiny: The Comanche
Author: M.B. Tosi
Publisher: Published January 23rd 2012 by WestBow Press, a division of Thomas Nelson (first published January 19th 2012)
ISBN: 9781449733513
Status : FREE Rating :
4.6 out of 5

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In The Secret Path of Destiny, a young, disabled, German-American girl, named Isolde, and her destitute mother reach out for a lifeline being offered by a widower in the German town of Fredericksburg, Texas. The year is 1865, and the two travel from New York City through the aftermath of the Civil War. But another war is brewing, this time with Native Americans. And Isolde In The Secret Path of Destiny, a young, disabled, German-American girl, named Isolde, and her destitute mother reach out for a lifeline being offered by a widower in the German town of Fredericksburg, Texas. The year is 1865, and the two travel from New York City through the aftermath of the Civil War. But another war is brewing, this time with Native Americans. And Isolde and her mother are heading right into the heart of Comancheria, the homeland of the Comanche. It is not the Comanche Isolde fears, but her mother's new employer, who becomes her stepfather. Isolde realizes he is a cunning man who is not who he pretends to be. As the situation worsens, Isolde is forced to make a life-changing decision to escape; desperate, she seeks refuge with a Comanche Indian, who befriends her at first, but later joins a warring band of Comanche. Her malevolent stepfather pursues her across Texas, turning her life upside down. In the midst of her troubles, Isolde's faith sustains her, and she unexpectedly finds the love that has always eluded her. Eventually, Isolde accepts the difficult circumstances of her life and realizes that a person's destiny is often hidden from view because the path is sometimes rocky. "Just about anyone can write a book, but only a good writer can write a good book. M. B. Tosi is a very good writer, and her books are truly worth reading." -Jim Langford, author of The Spirit of Notre Dame and Quotable Notre Dame

41 review for The Secret Path of Destiny: The Comanche

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Wedemeyer

    I had never had the pleasure of reading a book written by M.B. Tosi until I read The Secret Path of Destiny. Believe me when I say it was a pleasure I plan on continuing in the very near future, I'm heading over to download The Sacred Path of Tears to my Kindle just as soon as I finish writing this blog post. I do love that you can now download most books that are on Amazon to your Kindle but back to The Secret Path of Destiny book. This book was such a great read, I read it in the tub and staye I had never had the pleasure of reading a book written by M.B. Tosi until I read The Secret Path of Destiny. Believe me when I say it was a pleasure I plan on continuing in the very near future, I'm heading over to download The Sacred Path of Tears to my Kindle just as soon as I finish writing this blog post. I do love that you can now download most books that are on Amazon to your Kindle but back to The Secret Path of Destiny book. This book was such a great read, I read it in the tub and stayed up super late (3am) trying to finish it and that's a good book in my opinion. M.B. Tosi has a way with words that just entrances you and makes you feel like you are right there in the story watching it unfold almost like a movie. Yes, she's that great of a writer! I plan on adding her to my list of favorite authors. The only caution I have for this book is to make sure you read The Sacred Path of Tears first. I didn't do that and didn't realize The Secret Path of Destiny was actually the 2nd book in The Indian Path Series. I give this book 5 out of 5 stars since I've lived in New Mexico, Colorado, Texas and now Oklahoma it was so easy for me to imagine all of the places that were talked about in this book and all of the rich Native America history. Tosi has really done her homework on the Native American history and paints a fascinating picture that leaves me wanting more!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sheryl Cox

    Wow. This is a fantastic book. The beautiful story weaves fascinating Native American history with a romantic twist of the main character's journey of pain, loyalty, love, and even ultimate forgiveness of betrayal that left her crippled. The young woman's determination and joy plays on the hearts of everyone she meets, changing their lives entirely. She sets an example for how we can relate to others with love and peace despite tragic circumstances and acts of apparent hatred and how others thin Wow. This is a fantastic book. The beautiful story weaves fascinating Native American history with a romantic twist of the main character's journey of pain, loyalty, love, and even ultimate forgiveness of betrayal that left her crippled. The young woman's determination and joy plays on the hearts of everyone she meets, changing their lives entirely. She sets an example for how we can relate to others with love and peace despite tragic circumstances and acts of apparent hatred and how others think we should respond/react. Tosi's descriptions let me insert myself into the story where I experienced everything from laughter to tears (grab a tissue or two before you start).

  3. 5 out of 5

    Emock

    There are things I liked about this book... And there were a LOT of things I didn't like. The plot moves, albeit sometimes it feels contrived and forced. Isolde is a sweet character, but I have NO idea why every man who lays eyes on her is somehow in love with her two pages later. There is a lot of "telling" in the book, not a lot of showing. Aside from nice kisses, I never really saw chemistry between the main characters. The historical portions seem choppy. Overall, I read and enjoyed the book There are things I liked about this book... And there were a LOT of things I didn't like. The plot moves, albeit sometimes it feels contrived and forced. Isolde is a sweet character, but I have NO idea why every man who lays eyes on her is somehow in love with her two pages later. There is a lot of "telling" in the book, not a lot of showing. Aside from nice kisses, I never really saw chemistry between the main characters. The historical portions seem choppy. Overall, I read and enjoyed the book but certainly wasn't impressed.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Karen Hadley

    A good book about learning that what we see as difficult, God uses for the good. Isolda and Tseena love sees them through many unexpected trials. Isolda holds tight to her faith with Tseena eventually becoming a believer. But I didn't like the few pages with the bad language.

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