Monday, September 30, 2019

Book Review: One of Our Own by Cheryl Reavis

Review by Kristy McCaffrey

One of Our Own
Cheryl Reavis

Sloan Baron has come to Navajo Country to see her estranged brother, who's in critical condition after a car accident. She has already been caring for two of his children, and now she learns that he has a third child, a young half-Navajo boy. As she navigates the mess her brother has left behind, she finds an unlikely ally in Navajo Tribal Policeman Lucas Singer. Together, they try to unravel the laws regarding children on Indian Reservations. They also fall hard for each other.

This is such a wonderful book! Ms. Reavis has created well-rounded characters that you’ll love and root for and cry over, along with a peek into the traditions and beliefs of the Navajo people. This is a story that will stay with you long after it’s ended. Moving and deeply romantic, I highly recommend.

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