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Consuming Fire
Consuming Fire
Author: Kathleen Morgan
Set in the Scottish Highlands in 1694, this epic novel tells the gripping story of one woman's struggle to find true freedom and love. Deceived by her father and betrayed by the man she loved, Maggie Robertson must turn to God for refuge. With the help of neighboring clan chief Adam Campbell, Maggie must work against the odds and ultimately find...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780842353885
ISBN-10: 0842353887
Publication Date: 10/1/2003
Pages: 416
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.

4.1 stars, based on 16 ratings
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers
Book Type: Paperback
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Consuming Fire is a very good book. It concentrates a lot on forgiveness, trust in the Lord, and giving up all for Him. I think Kathleen Morgan is a very good writer.
Adam and Maggie are the main characters in this story. Maggie deals with experience of never really feeling or being loved by her parents. This causes several dysfunctional emotions in a relationship. Adam is dealing with guilt for dishonorable behavior towards his cousin/friend. Ms. Morgan infiltrates their struggles with these problems into the story and their struggle to get their lives or behaviors right with the Lord. This story is a good one. It is full of intrigue, action, deception, and love. Maggie wants to live her life in a monestary for women because she wants no part of marriage. God has other plans for Maggie and Maggie struggles with this for quite a while. She does fall in love with Adam and they marry but they have to overcome several obsticles. Adam is a man who truly wants to serve the Lord and he does despite Maggie's struggles. I would recommend this book to anyone.

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