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The first book in the Kensington Chronicles series, The Hawk and the Jewel sweeps readers from the tapestried halls of Victorian England to the alabaster courts of Arabia.
Everyone thought little Sunny had perished with Lady Gallagher in storm-tossed seas off the Arabian coast, but the beautiful toddler had been found, taken to the palace of Darhabar, and raised as the ruler's own child. Now the emir, Ahmad Khan, is sending her home, and Sunny's uncertain, new life is completely in God's hands.
This classic series, which has sold more than 375,000 copies, is sure to please Lori Wick's longtime fans and readers just discovering the treasure of a great story.
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Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2004
Series: Kensington Chronicles
GrandAuntieTennesseeAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5July 16, 2011GrandAuntieTennesseeAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Enjoyed the lesson of patience in Christ. It is a hard virtue in the world today.
Becca S.5 Stars Out Of 5August 13, 2009Becca S.Great book!! I think it was a little weird how Brandon even admits that he wouldn't have loved Sunny if Dinah hand't told him he did, but I still loved this book! One of my favorites of this series :D
Mikayla5 Stars Out Of 5June 26, 2009MikaylaThis is a book about life. For those of us looking for something fast-paced and exciting, this is most definately not the book for you. The concept is a cliche, but just a thin slice of the beginning is about her adjustment into English life. The book is generally about love. There is quiet, internal drama among the characters. It takes effort to genuinely step into this main character's shoes, but once you view the world through the violet eyes of Sunny Gallagher, everything falls into place and this becomes adramatic book about how life, love, and family can work in harmony around our Heavenly Father.
Tami Osborn2 Stars Out Of 5December 28, 2008Tami OsbornThis book starts very slowly and most of it seems to be about everyday life. Very little tension until the end of the book.
Laurel5 Stars Out Of 5October 21, 2008LaurelI couldn't put this book down! I loved the story from cover to cover. It has became my favorite novel and I have read it at least 10 times!