Night Angel, The by T. Davis Bunn
(Heirs of Acadia Book #4)

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SEQUEL TO THE NOBLE FUGITIVE

Davis and Isabella Bunn combine their complementary backgrounds and skills to craft a compelling story set against the transatlantic slave trade of the 1800s. Though The Noble Fugitive and The Night Angel are books 3 and 4 in the popular HEIRS OF ACADIA series, these fascinating novels introduce two new characters and can be enjoyed on their own.

Serafina Gavi, the wealthy young Venetian who fell in love with the wrong man, eventually found herself in an English manor reduced to service as a maid. With her growing fondness for John Falconer, the painful memories of betrayal began to heal. But Falconer is burdened by a tragic past, and their friendship risks more heartache.

After a bittersweet reunion with her parents, Serafina settles in bustling Washington, the American capital. Her artistic talent brings her into contact with the rich and powerful. Even beyond these successes, the development of this gift is mysteriously linked to the development of her spirit.

Falconer is commissioned by Serafina's father to explore the potential of America's first gold rush--in the Carolina mountains. But the business venture becomes secondary to Falconer's secret mission against the blight of slavery eating away at the soul of the young nation. His humanitarian efforts provoke outrage and danger stalks his every step. He finds refuge with a small, tight-knit group of Moravians, whose community serves as a key stop on the Undergournd Railroad. A dignified young widow and her son stir new feelings within him--but is this the future that God intends?

THE NIGHT ANGEL
A dramatic story of redemption--of lives, of loves, and of destinies...
 

About T. Davis Bunn

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T. Davis Bunn is an American businessman who lives abroad and travels extensively. Location research for this story ranged from the elegant antique show-rooms of London to the dreadful chambers of the Auschwitz prison camp. Characters were drawn from dozens of colorful personalities throughout Europe. Davis is especially grateful to his wife, Isabella, and her Polish family for sharing both stories and love of their homeland.
 
Published April 1, 2006 by Bethany House Publishers. 320 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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