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Love Thine Enemy (Steeple Hill Love Inspired Historical) epub

by Louise M. Gouge


Love Thine Enemy (Steeple Hill Love Inspired Historical) epub

ISBN: 0373828152

ISBN13: 978-0373828159

Author: Louise M. Gouge

Category: Bibles

Subcategory: Literature & Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Love Inspired Historicals; Original edition (July 14, 2009)

ePUB book: 1373 kb

FB2 book: 1745 kb

Rating: 4.7

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Love Thine Enemy (Paperback). Published July 1st 2009 by Love Inspired Historical. Published May 15th 2013 by Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense.

Love Thine Enemy (Paperback). Paperback, 283 pages. Author(s): Louise M. Gouge (Goodreads Author). ISBN: 0373828152 (ISBN13: 9780373828159).

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Love Thine Enemy book. Writing for Steeple Hill (Harlequin) I believe they have to follow a certain formula. I would love to read a book by this author that wasn't so formulaic.

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The tropics of colonial Florida are far removed from America's Revolution. Still, Rachel Folger's loyalties remain with Boston's patriots. I'm a fan of the Love Inspired historical series and so was pleased to see one set in such a unique and interesting era. You don't see too many historical romances set in Colonial Florida and it was this unusual setting that drew my eye to this book. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 10 years ago. Love Thine enemy is set back in the American Revolution and took place in Fla.

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Inspired by Rachel to see life, liberty and love through His eyes, Frederick must harness his faith and courage to claim the woman he loves before war tears them apart. Love Thine Enemy - Louise M. Gouge. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

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Love Inspired books offer wholesome, faith-based entertainment for women that nourishes the soul as it affirms the values. I understand that 'Steeple Hill' is a particular imprint of inspirational romance that Harlequin publishes

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The tropics of colonial Florida are far removed from America's Revolution. Still, Rachel Folger's loyalties remain with Boston's patriots. Handsome plantation owner Frederick Moberly's faithfulness to the Crown is as certain as his admiration for Rachel—but for the sake of harmony, he'll keep his sympathies hidden. After all, the war is too far distant to truly touch them…isn't it?A betrayal of Rachel's trust divides the pair, leaving Frederick to question the true meaning of faith in God and in country. Inspired by Rachel to see life, liberty and love through His eyes, Frederick must harness his faith and courage to claim the woman he loves before war tears them apart.
I must say the story was great and kept my interests. that's why I'm even more upset with the ending. it's like the author just gave up on excitement, creativity, and suspense. The end was a bit boring considering all the excitement and characterization the rest of the story contained. But even with the slow ending, the book was a very good read that I enjoyed greatly.
It was a great story about how the British and Colonial Americans loved and strife during the revolutionary times. Fun!
Good things come in good packages and I love it when I get a good little book. Love Thine Enemy is the story of Rachel Folger, a patriot sympathizer living in colonial Florida. She falls for Frederick Moberly, a man whose loyalties lay firmly with the crown.

One of the most impressive things about this book is its unique location. Most historical book about the American revolution are set in places closer to the north, like Virginia or Boston. But this story was set in Florida and gave a very enlightening picture of how states far removed from the fighting might have handled the Revolution. The book also had some great plot twists and great historical perspective on the war, prisoners and sympathizers.

Another thing I liked about this book was that the faith aspect wasn't overdone. Frederick's struggle with faith is realistic for that time. He is what most people would consider a "good" man, but finds that doesn't always equate to faith in God.

I read this little book in a few hours. Good clean romance and definitely a summer read
Love Thine enemy is set back in the American Revolution and took place in Fla. Rachel was brough to Fla by her father because she was so against the British and he was afraid to leave her in Boston. She hated slavery and wanted to do everything she could for the cause.
She meet a plantation owner's son that was operating the plantation as his family was in England. Feredrick's (funny but that was my grandpa's name that was full German)aunt live with him and she was a very great lady. A widow and Rachel's father was a windower, hummmm.
Anyway this was a good book and it made you want to turn to the back and see how it all came about, but don't do that you will ruin the story for yourself.
This was the first book written by Louise M. Gouge but It want be the last.
A great read and author.
"Love Thine Enemy" presents memorable characters with page-turning action.

Set in Florida during the American Revolution, author Louise M. Gouge puts the reader in the town through strong description and realistic period dialogue.

The main characters, Rachel Folger and Frederick Moberly are genuine with true chemistry. Rachel has a heart for helping others among other endearing qualities that instantly connects to the reader. Frederick is the hero we all love, struggling to do right while society looks down upon him.

I was sucked into the book right away and unable to put it down until I finished! Gouge has a real way with her characters and hooking you into every chapter. "Love Thine Enemy" is a great read with a beautiful message of faith and love.
you would never imagine that rachel and Frederick would end up together despite all their differences. it really shows that love conquers all.