A Flight of Arrows, by Lori Benton, is the second book in The Pathfinders series. It continues the story of two Oneida twins, one of whom was stolen at birth and raised as the son of a white man, Reginald Aubrey.
The Native American father of the twins has become a Christian and forgiven Aubrey, but William, the son, did not take the news well and has gone to join the British army. Aubrey’s adopted daughter, Anna, is in love with the other twin, Two Hawks. As the Revolutionary War progresses, the family struggles to find William, let him know how much they all love him, and return him to the mother who has never stopped missing him. Two Hawks loves Anna, but he will not commit to her until he finds his brother and attempts to reunite his family.
This was a wonderful book. It seemed a bit slow at first, probably because I had not read the first book in the series, but it drew me in as I read further. I found it difficult to put down toward the end. I especially appreciated Anna’s and Two Hawks’ commitment to helping with their families’ difficulties before focusing on themselves.
I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Christian historical fiction, especially in the Revolutionary War era.
I received this book free from the publisher and was not required to write a positive review.