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10 thoughts on “Elks Resolve (Nans Heritage #2)

  1. Alyssa Pierce Alyssa Pierce says:

    The second book in the Nan’s Heritage Series Elk’s Resolve continues the story started in Nan’s Journey except 20 years later The tale begins with Elk a white man raised by Ute Indians After a dispute forces him to leave his home and the woman he loves Elk finds himself in a battle in an internal struggle to find purpose in life When fate causes Elk to cross paths with Ted Young the twin brother that he was separated from at birth things finally start looking up Of course it just wouldn’t be a good story without some setbacks and plot twists in between The story of Nan’s family seems to become interesting with each book Sadly the third book in the series Luke’s Legacy won’t be available for a few months Until then we will just have to sit tight You’re definitely missing out on something great if you don’t go and pick up one of Elaine Littau’s books for yourself


  2. Jim Hughes Jim Hughes says:

    If you have read Nan's Journey Elk's Resolve is a must read Author Elaine Littau has masterfully carried on the journey of Nan and her family as they grow older As the family grows so does their real life faith in Christ You will soon discover that faith is not a pie in the sky life where everything goes well and everyone lives happily ever after You will discover faith is often tested Will it stand the test of Satan's accusations suicidal thoughts seductions and struggles with God's realness and love? Elk's Resolve will challenge you to examine your own understanding of God and how real he is to you through the struggles of life I gladly recommend this book to you


  3. Karina Harris Karina Harris says:

    Elk's Resolve by Elaine Littau is the second book in the Nan's Heritage series I enjoyed this one even than the first Elaine manages to draw the reader into the world of prejudice and disappointments that haunt our hero Elk We hear the taunting voices of disdain and torment just as he does and rejoice when he overcomes his demons with the help of a deepening faithThis story has varied subplots that keep the reader intrigued and focused throughout the book As we meet each new character it becomes increasingly difficult to predict the final outcome but all is resolved in the endexcept the plot for the next book Luke's LegacyI can't wait to read that one


  4. Darlene Darlene says:

    Perhaps because I had just read Nan's Journey Elaine's first novel I greatly anticipated reading Elk's Resolve I was not disappointed Elk a young white man who was raised as a Native American sought the answers to the uestions that men are still asking themselves today Who am I? and What is my purpose? I was delighted at being a sideline particpant in Elk's search or resolve in finding the answers to these uestions and so many Excellent reading


  5. Jane Harber Jane Harber says:

    Currently reading Elk's Resolve by Elaine Littau I read Nan's Journey in only one day This story keeps you on the edge of your seat wondering what's going to happen next I know Elk's Resolve will be just as intriguing as Nan's Journey


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  7. LunaBel LunaBel says:

    This novel was lovely to read It was simply worded and well described The characters caught my attention And I didn’t feel bored reading it It delt with a lot of interesting subjects marriage corruption etc However there are some things that I didnt really appreciatThe first and second chapters were not really connected to the rest of the novel imo It seemed that it was just a way to introduce Elk and how he met Miranda I thought the novel will be about them at first The change of the events weren’t disappointin tho I just wish the 2 first chapters were written differently I was not impressed with Miranda’s father He seemed to be whining too much and get things done too little They were settled there long enough to adapt to the new environment but they didn’t learn anything Her father proved to be a bad father after all when he abandoned his daughter though we were led to think he was a good father at firstElk and his twin seemed to be TOO identical In looks and in personalities This was a disappointment I wish they were different They seemed to be TOO nice to be true tooI also didn’t like how the girls would cry so much It’s true that they went through too much but they’d cry whenevr they’re talked to or if they remembered something 1 2 cry ; 1 2 cry At the end I got used to them crying so much The novel seems to have two categories of characters too nice and too evil I also didn’t appreciate the exceeding use of coincidence and the repetition There are way too much coincidence It made the novel seem glued together at some point First Elk meets Miranda then he meets his brother then he « remeets » Miranda etc then there is the repetition Like Sarah who tells her same story two or three times in the novelAll in all the novel was interesting despite its ‘flaws’ I sympathised with the characters and liked them and that made the novel worth reading


  8. Jeremiah Cunningham Jeremiah Cunningham says:

    She was sure that his heart was Ute but his heritage was all White man Driven to escape his past and the demons who haunt him Elk discovers a love he long thought dead Set against the rugged beauty of the Colorado Rockies of the 1800s Elk's Resolve follows the travails and triumphs of Elk the White Indian Guided by the hand of God he finds his true self and defeats the voices who demand his destruction In Elk's Resolve Book II of the Nan's Heritage Series author Elaine Littau depicts characters who struggle with hatred depression loss and fear Full of passion heartbreak romance rivalry and hope Elk's Resolve will fascinate you from the first pageElaine Littau lives in a town I visit several times a month Elk's Resolve was for sale at a gas station I stop at each time before leaving town and the book had interested me for a long time I finally picked up the book a week ago Sunday and could not put it down I finished the book in a week which for those that know me know that is fast for me If you enjoy books like the Love Comes Softly book you would enjoy this book For me it was even tempting because she explores the difficulties that Native Americans often have in assimilating into white culture Elk and the other characters will uickly get you emotionally attached and you end up cheering for them all the way through the book If you like Native American Christian or Western literature this is a great book to give a try


  9. Cheryl Selby Cheryl Selby says:

    Set in the mountains in the 1800’s Elk’s Resolve is a Christian novel about the trials and experiences of a man called Elk The story intertwines with many characters leaving the reader with a fresh resolve about life and walking with GodI do not normally read novels yet found myself unable to put this book down once I read the first paragraph I read this book in one afternoon as it is a fast read expertly written as to keep the reader’s attention This wonderful story gave me renewed faith in my own walk with God as well as a few nuggets of wisdom that are now etched upon my heart I recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a wonderful afternoon of escape into a world where the hand of God is prevalent I followed God’s hand through the story and experienced His anointing and love as He reached out and touched my heart through this story God bless you Elaine Littau for writing a story that extends the hand of God into the heart of the believerI received a copy of the book through Goodreads in exchange for a review I received no additional compensation and was not reuired to write a positive review


  10. Matthew DeBettencourt Matthew DeBettencourt says:

    The second book in the Nan's Heritage Series Elk's Resolve is a great read worthy of its place as a seuel to Nan's Journey It follows Elk a white man raised by a Ute family in their village who discovers the truth about his birth parents Set in 19th century Colorado Elk meets a cast of characters along his path to find where he truly belongs Once again Elaine has amazed me by her ability to draw me right into her story capturing the wilderness of pioneer America right in my hands From the Ute village to the small frontier towns her characters and setting come alive Faces and characters return from Nan's Journey and many are introduced all uniue and each on their own journey The stories continue in the next chapter Luke's Legacy Waiting on it with bated breath


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Elks Resolve (Nans Heritage #2) ❮PDF / Epub❯ ✅ Elks Resolve (Nans Heritage #2) Author Elaine Littau – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk She was sure that his heart was Ute but his heritage was all White man Driven to escape his past and the demons who haunt him Elk discovers a love he long thought dead Set against the rugged beauty of She was sure that his heart was Ute but his heritage was all White man Driven to escape his past and the demons who haunt him Elk discovers a love he long thought dead Set against the rugged beauty of the Colorado Rockies of the s Elks Resolve follows the travails and triumphs of Elk the White Indian Guided by the hand of God he finds his true self and defeats the voices who demand his destruction In Elks Resolve Book II of the Nans Heritage Series author Elaine Littau depicts characters who struggle with hatred depression loss and fear Full of passion heartbreak romance rivalry and hope Elks Resolve will fascinate you from the first page.