Colonial history comes alive along the rugged coastline of Acadia! Nicole and Anne have forged a relationship that goes beyond sisters to best friends. But Nicole's uncle, seeking an heir, calls her to his estate in England. Now amid the onslaught of the coming Revolution, will the slender thread binding the two women survive another separation---and a potentially explosive secret? 287 pages, softcover from Bethany.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 287 Vendor: Bethany House Publication Date: 2001 Dimensions: 8.38 X 5.50 X 0.75 (inches)
ISBN: 0764222295 ISBN-13: 9780764222290 Availability: In Stock Series:Song of Acadia
The Thread Binding Them Together As Sisters Is All Too Fragile...
The bittersweet reunion of the Robichaud family and the Harrows in the land of the Acadians has brought two mothers and two daughters full circle. They rekindle those early bonds and experience restoration of those lost years, but time and tragedy have left their indelible imprints on all who have endured the decades of separation and uncertainty. Moving forward with their lives now means further farewells--not as devastating as the one long ago, but no less heart wrenching.
Their connection, which goes beyond that of "sisters" to best friends, will be tested by the coming Revolution and the lure of England--parted again, the reunited, but for how long...? Can their friendship sustain the startling revelation concerning...The Birthright?
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