Song of the Shenandoah (Paperback)
|Author: Mark Strength|
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|Polly Preston, an orphaned, indentured servant arrives in the American colonies in 1742 to work off a seven-year bond as a school teacher on the Virginia frontier. Love awakens as she meets ox-driving pioneer entrepreneur, Sam Sherrill, but romance must wait as Polly lays the educational foundation for an American revolution. She equips boys and girls to think, read and write about religious, political, and economic freedoms. Polly''s mysterious upper-class origins and a case of mistaken identity come into play as three nations hunt for a missing Scottish princess educated for statecraft as a future queen in the last desperate attempt to seat a Stuart king on the throne of the British Empire. Dark forces reach across the Atlantic striving to either recover the promised bride, or destroy her. The battle is joined between the power of love and the love of power as the destinies of nations hang in the balance.|