Friday, July 31, 2009

Love Thine Enemy

by Louise M. Gouge

Steeple Hill Love Inspired Historical

The tropics of colonial Florida are far removed from America’s Revolution. Still, Rachel Folger’s loyalties remain with Boston’s patriots. Handsome plantation owner Frederick Moberly’s faithfulness to the Crown is as certain as his admiration for Rachel—but for the sake of harmony, he’ll keep his sympathies hidden. After all, the war is too far distant to truly touch them...isn’t it? A betrayal of Rachel’s trust divides the pair, leaving Frederick to question the true meaning of faith in God and in country. Inspired by Rachel to see life, liberty, and love through His eyes, Frederick must harness his faith and courage to claim the woman he loves before war tears them apart.

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Ann H. Gabhart

“Gabhart’s characters are written with depth in her latest historical.” - Romantic Times 4 Star Review

“..the book rings with researched authenticity..” – Publishers Weekly

Will a forbidden love destroy all they know?

Elizabeth Duncan has nowhere to turn. In charge of her younger brother and sister after their parents die, her options are limited: she can give in to the unwanted advances of an odious landowner – or she can flee. When Elizabeth hears the nearby Shaker community takes in orphans, she presents herself and her siblings at Harmony Hill. Despite the hard work and strange new beliefs, Elizabeth is relieved to have a roof overhead and food to eat. But life gets complicated when she finds herself attracted to a handsome young Believer named Ethan. Will Elizabeth be forced to leave the village to keep Ethan from stumbling?

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Living just thirty miles from a restored Shaker village in Kentucky, Ann H. Gabhart has walked the same paths that her characters might have walked in generations past. Gabhart is the author of several books, including the bestselling The Outsider, a finalist for Christian Fiction Book of 2009.

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