A Timeless, Beautiful Allegory Of The Biblical Love Story Of Ruth And Boaz The Great Rebellion Of 1857 Was A Remarkably Bloody Business At A Time When Britain S Imperial Influence In India Was Sparking Brutal Clashes On Both Sides, No One Could Have Expected Rena, An Indian Woman, To Marry A British Officer Nor Do They Understand Her Decision To Follow Her Mother In Law To England After Her Husband S Tragic Death Once The Two Widows Are In Abbotsville, The Stern Yet Compassionate Lord Barric Attempts To Help Them Despite His Better Judgment Soon He Is Torn Between The Demands Of Reputation And His Increasing Desire To Capture Rena S Heart For His Own.
Naomi Stephens is a bookworm turned teacher turned writer She received a B.A in English from Concordia University in Ann Arbor, and an M.A in English from Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne In bookstores, Naomi gravitates towards 19th century British novels the broodier the better i.e., Jane Eyre but she can also be found perusing the young adult, mystery, and fantasy sections.
- 320 pages
- Shadow Among Sheaves
- Naomi Stephens
- 22 May 2019 Naomi Stephens