Battles rage in Elizabeth Elliot’s heart as the threat of war invades her hometown.
Charles Town, South Carolina, 1773—The dark curtain of the rumors of revolution threatens to descend as Louis Lestarjette makes a permanent break from his homeland and pursues his relations with Elizabeth. Somehow, he must find a way to manage all aspects of his life amid the political and financial difficulties this turbulent time throws at him. Never has his heart been at the center of his life decisions, challenging what he really wants, if he cannot have it all.
Elizabeth Elliott must find unwavering courage, choosing to allow God’s love to surround her with strength. A marriage during a time of confusion seems impossible as a Patriot from a Loyalist family who loves a Frenchman. She wonders how a faithful daughter can marry without her father’s permission. After a summer apart from Louis, she begins to fear that the uncertain times might delay their life together.
Book 2 in the Revolutionary Faith series is a gripping tale. After meeting these characters in Hold Me Close, we come to know them more deeply in book 2 as Louis and Elizabeth make some real life-altering decisions about their involvement in the Revolutionary War. Marguerite describes the time with precision and keeps the reader guessing all the way through the tale. I'm waiting for book 3 now!