Promise of Deer Run Cover Revealed
We have a full lineup of releases we’re working on for this spring — each one of them is special to us in their own way. We have Bible studies, works of fiction, a children’s book and much more. Today we wanted to introduce you to a piece of historical fiction that we are sure will capture your heart.
PROMISE OF DEER RUN
Following up on her popular book, Road to Deer Run, author Elaine Marie Cooper has done a masterful job with this tale based on real life. It is 1790, and the American Revolution is long since over, but a battle still rages in the hearts of survivors. Painful memories of war haunt one young veteran. He still waits for a father who never returned from battle and feels the sting of betrayal from a former love. Withdrawing into his own world, he clings to one hope — perhaps his father still lives.
Only one person in Deer Run seems to understand him — nineteen-year-old Sarah Thomsen, who struggles to bury her own war memories. The veteran’s search for his father touches a chord in her, as she feels the loss of a father she never knew. While the couple begins to find hope in a mutual affection, others are determined to destroy it. Slander and misunderstandings ignite a fire of doubt and mistrust, destroying any faith they had in each other. Can two souls longing for healing and trust love again? Can faith — and family — be restored?
It is a novel that is sure to capture your imagination and tug at your heartstrings. Promise of Deer Run won’t release until late June, but you can order your copy today. Just click HERE and we will send it right out to you as soon as it comes off the press.
MORE ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Award winning novelist, ELAINE MARIE COOPER is the author of the Deer Run Saga (Road to Deer Run , Promise of Deer Run [June 2016] and Legacy of Deer Run [December 2016]) as well as Bethany’s Calendar (2014) and Fields of the Fatherless. Her passions are her family, her faith in Christ and the history of the American Revolution, a frequent subject of her historical fiction. She grew up in Massachusetts, the setting for many of her novels. Her freelance work has appeared in both newspapers and magazines, and she blogs regularly at ColonialQuills.blogspot.com as well as her own blog on her website at ElaineMarieCooper.com.