“Faith” by Lyn Cote, book review


“Faith” by Lyn Cote, book review. The Quaker Bride book #3.
During the Civil War Quakers maintained their religious position by serving in non-combat roles, and this included some of the women. Faith used her nursing skills to serve soldiers on both sides. But she had another mission, searching for her Shiloh, the free born childhood friend who was kidnapped and sold into slavery.

While serving, Faith meets Colonel Delvin Knight. Knight is fighting for the north, but has relatives on the other side. He is trying to fight for what is right, but he is struggling to determine what is right now that the world has been turned upside down.

I have read the other 2 books in this series and noticed there were some of the same characters, although they played minor roles in this book. I enjoyed the book and learned about the struggles on folks who had to fight against their families.

Discalimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher, Tyndale Fiction. All opinions expressed are my own.


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