Swept into Destiny

Catherine Ulrich BrakefieldSwept into Destiny book cover

One brave decision leads to serious consequences.

Maggie Gatlan is secretly educating the slaves at Spirit Wind Manor. But the manor’s serenity is soon threatened by abolitionist John Brown. A new republic looms ahead with Abraham Lincoln’s presidency, and her countrymen’s anger escalates as secession spreads across the southern states.

With the fires of civil war glowing on the horizon, Maggie is swept into its embers, realizing she is in love with the manor’s hardworking, handsome Irishman Ben McConnell.

Ben joins the Union Army and Maggie is forced to call him her enemy. An unexpected chain of events leads her into choosing where her loyalties lie. Conscience and consequence – did she care more for Ben or for her beloved South?

As the battle between North and South rages, Maggie is torn. Was Ben right? Had this Irish immigrant perceived the truth of what God had predestined for America?

Wholesale Price: $17.99 (plus S/H)
Release Date: May 2017
Page Count: 288
Size: 5.5″ x 8.5″
Binding: Paperback
ISBN: 978-1-936501-39-7

 

Brakefield Catherine VCATHERINE ULRICH BRAKEFIELD says, “My readers inspire my writing!” She is an ardent receiver of Christ’s rejuvenating love, as well as a hopeless romantic and patriot. She skillfully intertwines these elements into her writing. She is the author of the inspirational historical romances Wilted Dandelions and Swept into Destiny, the first of a four-part series. Her other books include The Wind of Destiny, and the pictorial history books Images of America: The Lapeer Area, and Images of America: Eastern Lapeer County. Her short stories have been published in Unexpected Answers and Desires of Your Heart (Guidepost Books Extraordinary Answers to Prayers), The Dog Next Door (Baker Books, Revell), and The Benefit Package (CrossRiver Media). Catherine enjoys horseback riding, swimming, camping, and traveling the byroads across America. She lives in Michigan with her husband, Edward, of forty years and her Arabian horses. Her children grown and married, she and Edward are the blessed recipients of three wonderful grandchildren.

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