Book Reviews of Pennsylvania: Four Complete Novels from the Heart of Colonial America

Pennsylvania: Four Complete Novels from the Heart of Colonial America
Pennsylvania Four Complete Novels from the Heart of Colonial America
Author: Kay Cornelius
ISBN-13: 9781586605032
ISBN-10: 1586605038
Publication Date: 5/1/2002
Pages: 464
Rating:
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Publisher: Barbour Publishing
Book Type: Paperback
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The pristine woods of Pennsylvania beckon, and adventurous souls make a perilous journey to the New World.

Ann McKay, a young orphan, and Caleb Craighead, a newly ordained minister, take "Love's Gentle Journey" on the same ship. Will their hard-won prize be new love and a new home?

When Native American warriors separate Sarah Craighead form her parents, which of her two suitors, struggling to reunite the settler family, will win her love under the "Sign of the Bow"?

Adam Craighead, seeking his "Sigh of the Eagle", leaves the wilderness of colonial Philadelphia-filled with eligible women. But political tensions are turning friends into enemies....

With the War for Independence over, Hannah Stone finds herself courted by two worthy men-who ignite a new conflict in her heart. Can the "Sign of the Dove" bring her peace?

Follow two pioneer families as they tame the American wilderness and pursue the desires of their hearts. What godly legacy will each person leave?
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The pristine woods of Pennsylvania beckon, and adventurous souls make a perilous journey to the New World. Ann McKay, a young orphan, and Caleb Craighead, a newly ordained minister, take Love's Gentle Journey on the same ship. Will their hard-won prize be a new love and a new home? When Native American warriors separate Sarah Craighead from her parents, which of her two suitors, struggling to reunite the settler family, will win her love under the Sign of the Bow? Adam Craighead, seeking his Sign of the Eagle, leaves the wilderness for colonial Philadelphia - filled with eligible women. But political tensions are turning friends into enemies. With the War for Independence over, Hannah Stone finds herself courted by two worthy men - who ignite a new conflict in her heart. Can the Sign of the Dove bring her peace? Follow two pioneer families as they tame the American wilderness and pursue the desires of their hearts. What godly legacy will each person leave?