Song of Erin by B. J. Hoff
Cloth of Heaven/Ashes and Lace ( Series 1-2)

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The mysteries of the past confront the secrets of the present in bestselling author BJ Hoff's magnificent Song of Erin saga.

In her own unique style, Hoff spins a panoramic story that crosses the ocean from Ireland to America, featuring two of her most memorable characters. In this tale of struggle and love and uncompromising faith, Jack Kane, the always charming but sometimes ruthless titan of New York's most powerful publishing empire, is torn between the conflict of his own heart and the grace and light of Samantha Harte, the woman he loves, whose own troubled past continues to haunt her.

Originally published to strong sales nearly a decade ago, this new edition combines two of BJ's best novels into one saga-length volume.

"The Song of Erin contains some of my favorite characters. This story--and its people--hold a very special place in my heart." BJ Hoff


About B. J. 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 April 1, 2008 by Harvest House Publishers. 560 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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