Moon Song is not truly accepted in town and although her friends hate to see her go, they also fear for her safety. When Skypilot offers to escort her and her young son back to her tribe, Robert and Katie are thrilled, thinking this is for the best, although Moon Song would just rather walk there herself. As they set off on their journey things do not go as planned and they are forced to depend on each other and in the midst of all these they realize that there is more to their relationship than just mere friendship. However, Moon Song and Skypilot are both from different worlds and cultures and each have their own baggage as well.
I really enjoyed "Under a Blackberry Moon!" I have loved these books that started out with Katie joining Robert's camp as a cook and later as his wife and continuing on with other individuals from the camp as the main characters. This is an unusual setting for books (at least to me based on the ones I have read!) and I find the setting and time period fascinating and I become so immersed in the characters' lives. I am looking forward to future novels from this author!
“Available October 2013 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.”