When Morning Breaks by Stephanie Boles

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Romance that Speaks to the Soul Book I of the Called to His Purpose series Have trials driven you to the breaking point? Perhaps you feel bitter and alone because of the tests you've endured. Georgette Rousseau did. And deep within, she ached for someone to love her. England, 1812 Georgette Rousseau's family followed the drum to the war-torn Iberian Peninsula. Upon her return to England, only three members of the Rousseau family remain alive. Adopted by her uncle, she begins a new life. Georgette blames her father for her family's sufferings. She distrusts all men because of his selfishness. Without her uncle's knowledge, she becomes the infamous Lady Danielle, female novelist, thereby securing her future. But even that cannot help her escape the Gypsy-dark infantry captain who swore he would bring her to justice for her work as a French spy. Will Georgette let God heal her wounded heart? Or will a devastating violation destroy her chance at happiness?

About Stephanie Boles

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Stephanie Boles spent much of her childhood in the piney woods of Florida, fishing, swimming in the cool blue-green springs, and roaming barefoot beneath the oak jacks and pines. Now she is a farm wife and mother living far from the whispering pines. She enjoys teaching Sunday school and using her musical talents to glorify God. She is a voracious reader of Regency novels. She writes inspirational historicals because she feels connected to the simple beauty of the past. She prays her words touch the soul of the reader. She likes to think of writing not as a job, but as her ministry.
Published June 16, 2010 by Pleasant Word. 320 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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