Christmas at Harmony Hill Hardback
A Shaker Story
by Ann H. Gabhart;
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Christmas at Harmony Hill
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Heather put a hand over the swell of her baby inside her. Surely they wouldn't take a newborn from his mother's bosom. Heather's mother couldn't have imagined that happening or she'd have never told her to come...
A stirring story of healing, hope, and home at Christmas
It is 1864 and the nation is torn apart by civil war when Heather Worth discovers she is with child. With her husband at the front and nowhere else to turn, she seeks refuge in the Shaker village of Harmony Hill. Amid the tumult of the times, Heather yearns for the peace she sees in this strange community. But can this longing really be fulfilled amid these people with their peculiar beliefs about family?
As Christmas approaches, the joy of new life and the love that is born of forgiveness may hold the answer.
Join bestselling author Ann H. Gabhart for a peek into the world of the Shakers--and the world of the human heart.
Ann H. Gabhart is the bestselling author of several Shaker novels--The Outsider, The Believer, The Seeker, The Blessed, and The Gifted--as well as other historical novels, including Angel Sister, Small Town Girl, and Words Spoken True. She lives with her husband a mile from where she was born in rural Kentucky.
Christmas at Harmony Hill by Ann H. Gabhart was published by Baker in October 2013 and is our 49390th best seller. The ISBN for Christmas at Harmony Hill is 9780800719821.
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|Page last updated||28th July 2016|
|Author / Artist||Ann H. Gabhart|
|Publisher||Baker (October 2013)|
|Number of Pages||208|