Stripling Warrior: Arrow to His Heart by Misty Moncur

May 22, 2014 | 2 Comments
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Stripling Warrior: Arrow to His Heart by Misty MoncurArrow to His Heart
Author: Misty Moncur
Series: Stripling Warrior #4
Genres: YA Historical, YA Romance
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 303
Date: May 19, 2014
Publisher: Eden Books

A broken nose and two black eyes are all it takes for her vibrant young heroine to heal the heart of a scarred and lonely ex-soldier.

Silent and invisible, Kenai was the best spy in the stripling army, but all he wants to do is forget what happened during the war. Nothing feels right at home anymore. What good is being a spy among people who have no secrets? He should just slip away into the woods and go back to being invisible, but that’s hard to do when a pretty little village girl is constantly on his tail.

Isabel can’t help but notice her brother’s friend is acting strange. They say he was a brave soldier, Helaman’s most trusted spy, but men like that don’t sleep all day, refuse to eat, and avoid their friends. So Isabel does a little spy work of her own, and what she finds in the warrior’s wounded heart might just help her find what’s hidden deep inside her own.

Rating: Mild+. Mild kissing; mild sensuality; mild (nonsexual) violence or horror.


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About Misty Moncur

Misty Moncur

Misty Moncur is the author of the Stripling Warrior series. She always wanted to write, but never knew what to say. When she started to write Daughter of Helaman, she knew she’d found something special to share with readers. Misty loves to read anything with a romance in it, edit, type, stare out the window, and hang with her family.

2 responses to “Stripling Warrior: Arrow to His Heart by Misty Moncur

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      Thank you! I love books, so it’s fun to track them down, but…

      It’s hard to keep up because many authors do very little to promote their books and some LDS publishers make it really hard to find their new releases.

      The #1 thing I do is I try to find every LDS author I can on Facebook and friend them and/or like their page–then HOPE they make announcements about their new books that show up in my feed. I also sign up for every LDS author’s newsletter that I can find and click on their Amazon page to be notified of their new releases. Marny Parkin ( sends me regular emails about the books she finds.

      And still, I miss a lot.

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