Learning to forgive oneself for a horrible deed is very hard on a person, even when others have forgiven you and moved on. The pain that Reginald Aubrey feels from switching two infants causes him to keep everyone at a distance. For him, if they get close, the hurt will just magnify that much more. In the second novel of the Pathfinders Series, a year has passed since Aubrey revealed to his adopted son, William, his true identity, that William is actually half Oneida. William has gone to fight in the Revolutionary War. Everyone is fighting against on another and that just makes the whole situation worse.
Reginald uses his pain as a shield from those who want to be closer to him, including his adopted daughter Anna and Lydia, a woman who has fallen in love with him. William has fled his heritage, knowing his true ancestry is that of half Native American and half white. But both seem to working this conflict in their souls with help from others. Anna wants to marry Two Hawks but he wants Reginald to heal first before they do. William is in turmoil and wondering if this fighting is even worth it. He has a change of heart once he sees his twin, Two Hawks and his father, Stone Thrower.
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Stone Thrower’s ultimate sacrifice of his life in exchange for Reginald’s seems to be the moment that Reginald and his son William let go of the pain, the guilt and learn to love those around them with new hearts and healed souls.