The Gathering Dawn

The Gathering Dawn Susannah Harington a beautiful young Englishwoman comes to America to build a new life in the Colonies only to find he dreams dashed before they even begin Barely does she set foot on American soil

  • Title: The Gathering Dawn
  • Author: Sally Laity Dianna Crawford
  • ISBN: 9780842313032
  • Page: 308
  • Format: Paperback
  • Susannah Harington, a beautiful young Englishwoman, comes to America to build a new life in the Colonies, only to find he dreams dashed before they even begin Barely does she set foot on American soil before she is embroiled in the schemes and intrigues against the British CrownDaniel Haynes is a bold and courageous post rider, whose Christian beliefs him to worSusannah Harington, a beautiful young Englishwoman, comes to America to build a new life in the Colonies, only to find he dreams dashed before they even begin Barely does she set foot on American soil before she is embroiled in the schemes and intrigues against the British CrownDaniel Haynes is a bold and courageous post rider, whose Christian beliefs him to work secretly in the fight for freedom from England and whose revolutionary activities put him in constant danger Amid the conflict and drama of the Colonies in uprising, these two people meet, drawn together by circumstance and unexpected emotions But tragedy and treachery separate them, and only their faith in God and a miracle can bring them together again A gripping drama of love and triumph is set against the colorful backdrop of pre Revolutionary America.

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      Published :2018-06-15T15:04:39+00:00

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    1. Find this and other reviews at: flashlightcommentary.I get a lot of flak from fans of Christian lit. To each their own, I'm not holding any grudges, but I ruffle feathers and there's nothing wrong with acknowledging the fact. I understand where it comes from and I don't mean to make waves, it’s just something that happens. I have this silly idea that religion is a theme and shouldn't overwhelm every element of the story, I have a problem with characters who can do no wrong and I think most aut [...]

    2. I really liked the story and characters of Daniel and Susannah. Despite liking Christian fiction and historical fiction of the Revolutionary War, I greatly, greatly disliked the retelling of the colonial events leading up to the revolution--it all had a textbook feel--and the long theological mambo jumbo--again, it had a textbook feel. I finished this book at all because of Dan and Sue but don't want to read another word in this series.

    3. PhenomenalThis was a magnificent book. I can't wait to go forward and read the next series. This book will touch and inspire you.

    4. I loved this series as a kid so I thought I would re-read them, but man is this not a good book. It's poorly written, has a predictable plot and as a Christian book is over-the-top cheesy/preachy. Not to mention the overly patriotic bent in making the rebellious cause look like the only Christian thing to do. The characters are pretty undeveloped but can be fun and I enjoy happy endings so wasn't the worst thing ever. But I wouldn't exactly recommend to anyone.

    5. I was thrilled when I was recommended a "Revolutionary War, colonial" romance series by someone! That era happens to be one of my favorites, and (sadly), I haven't found much on it. Anyway, I enjoyed the Freedom's Holy Light series a lot. The plots were good, the characters engaging, and enough thrill and action. The romance was sweet, except some overly sensual parts. :( If not for that, I might have felt these books earned five stars. Great otherwise! I'm so glad to have found this series!!

    6. A little Revolutionary War mixed with love. I've read better, I've read worse, but it was definitely worth the time!

    7. A historical fiction book. The main character's story was predictable, but not supporting characters. I learned a little of American history too which was nice.

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