· Matawapit Family Book 3 · eXtasy Books
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After suffering a humiliating divorce, infuriated Catholic Jude Matawapit bolts to his family’s Ojibway community to begin a new job—but finds himself thrown into a battle for chief as his brother-in-law’s campaign manager. The radical Kabatay clan, with their extreme ideas about traditional Ojibway life, will stop at nothing to claim the leadership position and rid the reserve of Western culture and its religion once and for all, which threatens not only the non-traditional people of the community, but Jude’s chance at a brand-new life he’s creating for his children.

Recovering addict Raven Kabatay will do anything to win the respect and trust of her older siblings and mother after falling deep into drug addiction that brought shame and anger to her family. Not only does she have the opportunity to redeem herself by becoming her brother’s campaign manager for chief—if he wins, she’ll have the reserve’s backing to purchase the gold-mine diner where she works, finally making something of herself. But falling in love with the family’s sworn enemy—the deacon’s eldest son, Jude—will not just betray the Kabatay clan. It could destroy everything Raven believes in and has worked so hard for.

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Heather W
February 7, 2020
Can they be together when they are so far apart? Sanctified is the third book in the Matawapit Family series and is Jude and Raven's story. Jude and Raven are on opposite sides in the political battleground for chief of the Ojibway tribe and their love is forbidden. It is interesting to see the differences between the two Ojibway families and the traditional versus the non-traditional way. This story is well written, emotional, and compelling with the focus on the indigenous community in northern Canada. The damage that drug addiction can do to a person and their family is handled with dignity and empathy. I am looking forward to reading the next book in this series. I read and reviewed this book with no obligation.
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