Sanctuary A Historical Novel About the Huguenots, Forgiveness, and God's Love (Paperback)
|Author: Molly Noble Bull|
|By 1740, the terrible hatred and persecution that blackened France has almost vanished. But when Rachel Levins fianc and her parents are murdered by a French army captain, Rachel fears for her life, in this latest novel from the author of "The Rogues Daughter" and "The Winter Pearl."|
From the Publisher:
In 1740, Rachel Levin's loved ones are murdered, and she flees her French village with a Huguenot, Pierre Dupre. They take refuge in a church until the military captain who killed her family arrives. The captain wants Rachel as his mistress or he wants her dead. Rachel and Pierre agree to a marriage of convenience and manage to escape. Will they reach Scotland as planned? Or will their lives end on an English countryside? ||SANCTUARY by Molly Noble Bull won the 2008 Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence in the inspirational category for published authors. SANCTUARY also tied for first place in the 2008 Winter Rose contest for published authors in the inspirational category.