Review: Fight for You

f5fba-finalebook-fightforyou-coralTitle: Fight for You

Author: Misty Moncur

Series: A Stripling Warrior Series #2

Pages: 265 (approx.)


Genre: Historical Fiction

Keturah fought her way into the army, but now she’s in Judea building fortifications, and the only thing she’s fought so far is boredom. The work is hard, and the other soldiers don’t think she can pull her weight. Her brothers are becoming strangers, and Zeke’s jealousy is getting worse – because Keturah is falling in love with the wrong warrior.

But she’s not about to let cruel pranks and hurt feelings keep her from doing what she knows to be right. She completes every order with faithfulness – a hasty retreat from the Lamanite army, a spy mission into the enemy stronghold, a midnight assassination. From burying the dead to whiling away hours on guard duty, Keturah will do whatever it takes to protect her religion, her freedom, her peace, and her family.

But in a camp of two thousand boys, the most important thing she has to protect is her heart.

My Thoughts:

I loved this book, even though it is a different religion than I would normally read about, the early Mormons. It was interesting, captivating, and held my interest throughout the entire book.

I had read the first version of this book when it was still called Stripling Warrior and was held captive throughout Keturah’s journey. I also read the rest of the series on and they were all amazing (I highly recommend anyone to go over there and read some of the amazing books that people have written there). I haven’t read the first book in the series yet but have it on my shelf and it will be one of the next books I read.

As Keturah strives to fit her standard of what a true warrior should be, she must fight not only earthly battles but also battles within her heart. She loves two men and must choose which one is the right one for her.

Other books in this series:

  1. Daughter of Helaman (May 2011)

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Posted on September 10, 2013, in Historical Fiction and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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