Bethany House Publishers (2000), 272 pages
Fiction. Christian Fiction. Historical Fiction. HTML:Book 2 in the Song of Acadia series. In this sequel to The Meeting Place, the shoreline of America means hope for some and tragedy for others.
LibraryThing member Lynngood
In this sequel to The Meeting Place, the shoreline of America means hope for some and tragedy for others.
LibraryThing member SherylHendrix
As Louise and Catherine's story continues, their daughters have grown up in the households of their "adoptive" parents, separated as infants from the parents who bore them by the trials of war. The Sacred Shore introduces the character of Charles, Andrew Harrow's older brother who holds the title
Show Moreof Earl to the lands where both were raised. He faces the prospects of dying without an heir and travels across the ocean to find a blood relative who can keep the family's lands within the family after he is gone. His quest leads him to places he doesn't expect and to a faith that he never knew existed. I read this novel after reading novel #3 so I'm not sure how much it would have compelled me to look to the next for further answers, given that the girls are reunited with their birth parents in this novel and originally that was what I wanted to find out about. But it is a good story, and having read novel #3, I am now eager to finish the series.
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