The Wood's Edge Paperback
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The Wood's Edge
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If there is a sin past forgiving, Major Reginald Aubrey committed it the morning Fort William Henry fell to the French in 1757. Desperate to spare his fragile wife the grief over their stillborn son, Reginald steals the newborn of a white woman "liberated" from a band of Iroquois - a woman who has borne twin sons, one brown-skinned, the other white.
Escaping the slaughter after Fort William Henry's fall, Reginald transports his wife, their changeling son and an orphaned baby girl to safety back in England. But he cannot escape his guilt. Nor can the act cease to spread devastating ripples over every life it touches.
Two families, one haunted by a twin's absence, the other, now an ocean away, caught in a web of lies. And Anna Doyle, the rescued girl who loves both brothers - Two Hawks, whom she sees in secret at the wood's edge, and William Aubrey, her childhood companion and pen pal for the last nine years. When William returns to the colony in rebellion and the long-buried truth comes to light, will Anna's heart be the middle ground that unites their broken families? Or is this a wound past healing, as sin past forgiving, as Reginald Aubrey has feared all along?
The Wood's Edge by Lori Benton was published by Waterbrook Press in May 2015 and is our 63565th best seller. The ISBN for The Wood's Edge is 9781601427328.
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|Page last updated||23rd August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Lori Benton|
|Publisher||Waterbrook Press (May 2015)|
|Number of Pages||400|