Rachel's Secret by BJ Hoff
(The Riverhaven Years)

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Bestselling author BJ Hoff promises to delight her many faithful readers with her compelling new series, The Riverhaven Years. With the first book, Rachel’s Secret, Hoff introduces a new community of unforgettable characters and adds the elements readers have come to expect from her novels: a tender love story, the faith journeys of people we grow to know and love, and enough suspense to keep the pages turning quickly.

When the wounded Irish American riverboat captain, Jeremiah Gant, bursts into the rural Amish setting of Riverhaven, he brings chaos and conflict to the community--especially for young widow, Rachel Brenneman. The unwelcome “outsider” needs a safe place to recuperate before continuing his secret role as an Underground Railroad conductor. Neither he nor Rachel is prepared for the forbidden love that threatens to endanger a man’s mission, a woman’s heart, and a way of life for an entire people.

 

About BJ Hoff

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Christian author B. J. Hoff was born in 1940. Before becoming a full-time writer, she was a church music director and a music teacher. She spent several years writing devotional and gift books before attempting to write fiction. She is the author of Cloth of Heaven, Ashes and Lace, the Emerald Ballad series, the American Anthem series, and the Mountain Song Legacy series. She has received the Critics' Choice Book Award for fiction from Christianity Today as well as numerous Excellence in Media Silver Angel awards. She was also a Gold Medallion Award finalist and is currently a member of the Authors Guild, the Irish American Cultural Institute, and the Appalachian Writers Association. She currently lives in Ohio with her husband.
 
Published October 1, 2008 by Harvest House Publishers. 274 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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