The Marsh King's Daughter by Karen Dionne
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Helena is the product of an abduction.
Her mother was kidnapped as a teen by Helena's father and held captive.
Two years later Helena was born.
She loved her rugged upbringing in the swampy Upper Peninsula in Michigan.
Her father taught her how to live off the land, how to hunt and track.
Helena loved her father despite his brutal ways.
Helena is now a young mother, she has hidden her past so well her husband doesn't even know.
Helena's father escapes prison and is now on the run, but he knows only one person will be able to find him and that was the only person he ever trained.... Helena,
The Marsh King's Daughter
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