Highland Blessings Paperback
by Jennifer Hudson Taylor;
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Bryce MacPhearson, a highland warrior, kidnaps Akira MacKenzie on her wedding day to honor a promise he made to his dying father. While Akiraís strength in the Lord becomes a witness to Bryce, she struggles to overcome her anger and resentment when he forces her to wed him, hoping to end a half-century-old feud between their clans. While Akira begins to forgive, and Bryce learns to trust, a series of murders leaves a trail of unanswered questions, confusion, and a legacy of hate that once again rises between their families. Clearly, a traitor is in their midst.
Now the one man Akira loves no longer trusts her, and her own life is in danger.
Can Bryce look beyond his pain and seek the truth?
Will Akira discover the threat against her before itís too late?
How will God turn a simple promise into bountiful Highland blessings?
Highland Blessings by Jennifer Hudson Taylor was published by Abingdon Press in May 2010 and is our 5916th best seller. The ISBN for Highland Blessings is 9781426702266.
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Highland BlessingsMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
Set in the Highlands of Scotland in 1473, this is a tale of two feuding clans, a kidnapped bride, jealousy, miss-trust and romance. A ‘light’ read but entertaining and it held my attention in one long ‘read’.
Akira is rejected by her chosen bridegroom on her wedding day – things were done differently then – suddenly she is abducted by the brother of an enemy chieftain and we are soon swept along in this gripping story with all its twists and turns.
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Details for Highland Blessings
|Page last updated||27th November 2016|
|Author / Artist||Jennifer Hudson Taylor|
|Publisher||Abingdon Press (May 2010)|
|Number of Pages||352|