Good story. Book one of the Wakefield Dynasty series. Takes place in the 16th century on the outskirts of King Henry VIII's court.
Historical novel of Myles Morgan, commoner, who through a twist of fate is reunited with the father he never knew, who is a lord and nobleman. He is thrown into the dizzying life at court, the confusing intrigues of love and the struggle between King Henry VIII and those seeking to bring the Bible to Englishmen in their own language.
This firt book is set in the time of King Henry the 8th. Myles Morgan was brought up as a commoner, until he is reunited with a father he never knew-Sir Robert Wakefield. Myles is claimed as the rightful heir. He soon falls in love...but will he have to choose between the woman he loves and his faith?
Very good-a good Christian romance set in a time when kings and queens ruled.
Lovers of historical and inspirational fiction will love any of the books in this series. They don't have to be read in order to be enjoyed!
I read all of the books in the Wakefield Dynasty series, and this was by far my favorite. I didn't think I'd enjoy a book that whose setting was so long ago (1500's). But Gilbert Morris made the story come alive, and I loved it!
Very good book if you like Christian historical fiction. It is suitable from about age 12 and up.
Book in very good condition.
This is a good book about noblemen, King Henry VIII and William Tyndale in mid 1500's in England. The book contains 2 books and the second is The Winds of God. It is hardback and I cannot find the correct ISBN number. This is a very good story and it has 2 other books in the series.