For Love and Zion Author:Laurel Mouritsen A riveting story of love and sacrifice in the Early Church. In the summer of 1848, Christian and Lydian Kent and their family traveled by wagon train toward the valley of the Great Salt Lake. Behind them lay the ruined city of Nauvoo, where their daughter,Elizabeth, had chosen to remain, separating herself from both her family and her faith. Ah... more »ead of them gleamed the promise of a blossoming desert and sanctuary for the Saints. what would be the future of this pioneer family who had given up everything to be among the faithful?
For Love and Zion is a richly historical novel, but it is also much more. it is a story of unforgettable love, uncompromising courage, and unwavering devotion, each forged and refined by the fires of adversity and and confirmed by the power of sustaining faith. The characters on its pages will be remembered long after thew book is closed.
With skill and sensitivity, Laurel Mouritsen, best-selling author of The Passageway,draws her reader into the circle of lives portrayed in this compelling novel.
For Love and Zion-an exceptional addition to Covenant's rich tradition of fine historical fiction.« less