by Dayna Leigh Cheser
Moria's life has been determined since before her birth, even further back than that. So when her parents
hear the old ladies vision for Moria's life they try to figure out ways to stop for the vision from becoming a reality. They can't let their daughter be put in danger. But as Moria grows they realize that her powers are strong even for a small child and what they really must do is give her as much knowledge of her healing powers and test her for any others while training her to handle the dangerous situations that she may be in throughout her life.
Review: This is a good book but hard to sum up in a review. The story begins before Moria's birth and
gives us a good amount of back story (In case you didn't read book 1, Janelle's story) so that we understand the powers that the family has and how they learn of the dangers that Moria is destined to face in her life as
she saves so many lives. I love Moria's character. The author made her a strong woman even from a young age. Her heart is always in the right place and she is eager to learn about her medical powers of healing even knowing that one day they will place her in danger. The book covers a lot of time, therefore, there are some pieces of the story that you miss (in book one, all Moria's uncles are single. In this book they are all married with children and we missed out on their stories) and I wish the author would have put a couple more books in between to give us the full story of the family (since they are so involved in both books) and how it changes through the time frame of the books. This is book 2 of this series and I hope that there are more to come so I can see what happens with some other family members.
4 of 5 stars
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