Child of the Wilderness

Author: Missy Priest

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A wealthy family who had a tragic loss two years before comes to the rescue of three children whose lives seem to have been ignored for most of their young lives. Two young girls living an unimaginable life in the darkness of a small barn behind their mother’s house to avoid their drunken stepfather have only one thing: the faith that God will intercede on their behalf. Both girls are beaten, starved, cold, and so completely alone. The elder sister, Sara, is dying before her sister’s eyes, who knows she cannot hold on much longer. As Sara prays and works a full-time job to give her sister hope, Saline becomes more and more bitter toward everyone and everything except her beloved sister and toddler brother. When the Byers family steps in to save the forgotten children, they learn who the children are. They find the two younger children are German nobles that are from a wealthy family. Sara, however, is nobody’s child, until they find the family who has spent the last two years thinking she had died. Her sister Saline soon tells them that Sara is the bastard daughter of an unfaithful mother, but who she really is, is not so easily explained. Her doctor who cares for her calls her a child of the wilderness because she appears to come from nowhere. The truth will astound and enrich the caring wealthy family and everyone who knows her. And the absolute faith of Sara touches everyone she meets, especially the eldest son, Scott Byers, who falls immediately in love with the courageous young lady, and the two set off on a life together that is both unexpected and explosive. show more

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Weight 1166 g

Missy Priest


Page Publishing, Inc.


Paperback / softback




155 x 229 x 46



Book Condition



Illustrations, black and white


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