Refiner's Fire

Refiner's Fire

by J. M. Hochstetler
Refiner's Fire

Refiner's Fire

by J. M. Hochstetler



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With Americas' fierce fight for independence hanging in the balance, Elizabeth Howard and Jonathan Carleton are driven thousands of miles and a vast ocean apart. While the Continental Army endures a desperate winter at Valley Forge, French Admiral le comte de Caledonne secretly sweeps Elizabeth away to France out of reach of British assassins. Meanwhile General Jonathan Carleton, the Shawnee war chief White Eagle, returns to his people as General George Washington's emissary, doubting that he will ever return to the white world. But as the war between America and Britain shifts into the fragile republic's heartland at Monmouth Court House, sinister schemes draw Jonathan and Elizabeth into their own separate maelstroms. Will the Refiner's Fire tear them from each other's arms forever?

From the flames of war exploding across land and sea to the dangerous intrigues of the French court and the Shawnee's bitter resistance to the Long Knives, Refiner's Fire continues the breathtaking saga of America's founding in a gripping story of heartbreak, redemption, and the unyielding constancy of love.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161183274
Publisher: Sheaf House Publishers
Publication date: 06/01/2019
Series: The American Patriot Series , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 196,872
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

An award-winning author and editor, J. M. Hochstetler is the daughter of Mennonite farmers, a graduate of Indiana University, a professional editor, and a lifelong student of history. With Bob Hostetler, she authored Northkill, Book 1 of the Northkill Amish Series, closely based on the inspiring true story of their Hochstetler ancestors. Northkill won the 2014 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Bronze Award for Adult Historical Fiction. Book 2, The Return, received the 2017 Interviews and Reviews Silver Award for Historical Fiction and was named one of Shelf Unbound’s 2018 Notable Indie Books. Her contemporary novel One Holy Night was the Christian Small Publishers 2009 Book of the Year and finalist for the American Christian Fiction Writers 2009 Carol Award.
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