Auburn Jackson was alone, ignorant, and pregnant, but not unBibled.
She had sinned and was punished with a brain-damaged child to raise
in the impoverished wilds of West Virginia. But she had spunk and
the guile of the street-smart, and she believed in the innate
goodness in all. So armed, Auburn guts out a nursing degree while
caring for her child, only to see him die like his father in a
mine. Thinking to redeem herself from God's wrath, Auburn takes a
nursing job for handicapped youth on Hatteras Island and finds
happiness and fulfillment for a time. She revels in loving an
Indian child from her own birthplace on Knapps Creek.
No good deed goes unpunished, the sage says and Auburn is not
immune. Marriage, an in-wedlock child, and a happy home are not in
God's plan for her redemption in this love story.
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