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A LADY'S HONOR
by Laurie Alice Eakes

Genre: Inspirational, Historical Romance

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Beautiful 19th century Cornwall offers a contemplative setting for this dramatic romance that involves murder, suspense and a surprise villain. Elizabeth and Rowan are both on a journey to discover that they are worthy of love.

Elizabeth Trelawny hopes to find a measure of independence in Cornwall with her grandparents, far away from London and the fiancé she refuses to marry. Rowan, the American servant to the neighboring heir, captures her attention by rescuing her and assisting those she cares for on more than one occasion. She doubts his intentions, for she is an heiress and his only interest must be in her money. Her acceptance of her value in the eyes of Christ becomes the key to saving all she comes to hold dear. (ZONDERVAN, Apr., 336 pp., $15.99)

Reviewed By: Kerry Sutherland

Publisher: ZONDERVAN

Published: April 2014

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