B&H Publishing Group, 01.01.2010 - 304 Seiten
In 1808, when Emma meets and marries Eric Montclaire (the famed “most handsome man west of the Appalachians”), this young daughter of prominent St. Louis citizens believes a fairy tale has just begun. Instead, her husband’s angelic looks quickly prove only to mask a monstrous soul all too capable of possessive emotions and physical abuse. Praying for mercy, she is devastated when Eric insists on her joining his yearlong group expedition to the Pacific Ocean, following the trail Lewis and Clark blazed just a few years earlier. By the time cartographer Luke Bowen realizes Emma’s plight, it’s too late to easily untangle what has become an epic web of lies, theft, murder, courtroom drama, and a deep longing for love. Only God can show them the way out.
"Jamie Carie's most riveting work to date . . . a story that defines grace."
Window to My World
"Jamie Carie seamlessly weaves in historical details of the Lewis and Clark expedition and the Louisiana Purchase into this engaging story."
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A testament of how God's divine love shapes pain!Nutzerbericht - Crystal - Christianbook.com
Having read, 'Snow Angel', The Duchess and the Dragon and now Angel's Den, it's quite possibly my favorite and best novel from Jamie Carie! She covers a lot of ground concerning the touchy subject of ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
Review: Angel's Den: A NovelNutzerbericht - Amanda - Goodreads
Any book that talks about tendrils of hair (especially if it does it more than once) automatically has a harder time getting a high-star rating. Vollständige Rezension lesen