Book Summary



Rape, incest, alcoholism, addiction, mental torture, and add religion in the mix!

Lumbee Indian girl: Battered But Not Shattered takes the reader on a remarkable and unforgettable journey.  

Follow one girl’s life from her early childhood years of growing up in a loving working class family to tragic experiences that cause a surreal decline of her idyllic family life.  This could be anyone’s story, but few have experiences where the touch of the divine meets their everyday life in such remarkable ways.  Frequent miracles and supernatural happenings throughout her life make the story of one Lumbee Indian girl an amazing and unbelievable one. Written with honesty and humor, the author will have you laughing out loud, crying at times, and closing your mouth so the flies won’t go in as your jaw drops in awe. This book is one which you’ll read over and over again just to build your faith that a battered life can turn out remarkably beautiful.  




"There IS a God" There is no way one can go through life and have some tragic life-altering events happen to them and not end up in the grave or severly handicapp or dysfunctional, but Lumbee Indian Girl: Battered but not Shattered.

Contact: Loretta Hunt Freeman
New Xulon Title Points to Jesus as the Healer of All Wounds
Author shares her story in the hope that many souls will be saved
LONGWOOD, FL—Rape, incest, alcoholism, addiction, mental torture… the list could go on and on when it comes to the ways in which sin can poison a person’s life. Whether the sin is self-imposed or committed by someone else, it always has the power to cause utter despair and a deep-seated sense of shame. Shame often convinces people they are irreparably damaged at their very core. The enemy wants them to believe this lie, but God says there is nothing about His children that cannot be redeemed. Lumbee Indian Girl: Battered but Not Shattered ($10.99, paperback, 978-1-61379-523-1; $17.99, hardcover, 978-1-61379-524-8; $5.49, eBook, 978-1-61379-572-9), a new title based on a true story from Xulon Press author Loretta Hunt Freeman, reveals that people can move on with their future no matter how battered they have been.
“I want readers to know we all go through some type of storm, but the storm does not have to take us down,” the author says. “Not all storms come to take us down; some storms come to take us higher. We must remember that Jesus is in the storm with us. And we must allow Him to be Jesus, the Lord of our life.”
Freeman personally lived every word that has been written in this book, and she says it was because of the blood of Jesus that she overcame all of it. Now she is a living witness who is happy to share her story with the world in the hope that many souls will be saved and delivered. “I want all the people in the world to know there is help for the hurting, no matter what they have gone through or are going through,” she explains. “We must allow Jesus to come into our lives so we can heal from wounds that go beyond our imagination.”
Xulon Press, a division of Salem Communications, is the world’s largest Christian publisher, with more than 8,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Lumbee Indian Girl through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. The book is available online through,, and

 makes the reader believe that God can do anything. From the first page, I was hooked. Expecting 'normal', I was aghast with the supernatural. It's funny, relatable, an easy read, and one which will permanently stay beside my bed."


Dr. Chloe  Cummings D.B.S Counselor, Speaker, and Author of What Would Jesus Do about Domestic Violence and Abuse Towards Christian Women?


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