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The Prisoner's Wife

The Prisoner's Wife By Susan Page Davis The Prisoner s Wife Lucy lost Jack years ago Jack Hunter s father was a drunk and a criminal and Lucy Hamblin s father believed the apple lay near the tree When her father forbade their love Lucy buried her heart out o

  • Title: The Prisoner's Wife
  • Author: Susan Page Davis
  • ISBN: 9781597894623
  • Page: 114
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Prisoner's Wife By Susan Page Davis Lucy lost Jack years ago Jack Hunter s father was a drunk and a criminal, and Lucy Hamblin s father believed the apple lay near the tree When her father forbade their love, Lucy buried her heart out of obedience, but she never stopped loving Jack On a strange evening four years later, she s summoned to the local jail Jack has been accused of murder and has a request toLucy lost Jack years ago Jack Hunter s father was a drunk and a criminal, and Lucy Hamblin s father believed the apple lay near the tree When her father forbade their love, Lucy buried her heart out of obedience, but she never stopped loving Jack On a strange evening four years later, she s summoned to the local jail Jack has been accused of murder and has a request to make of Lucy It appears Jack Hunter will hang in the morning, and to preserve his property and provide for the woman he loves, he asks Lucy to marry him When his trial is postponed and ultimately dismissed, Jack has new worries Lucy agreed to become a prosoner s widow, not the wife of a man her father despised Can Lucy and Jack accept he Lord s miracle of preservation of Jack s life and reputationd the love they believed they d lost
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    1. Hannah on said:

      I enjoyed this unusual little tale The main character was quite brave, and I loved how her relationship with her mother and then her husband played out It s always refreshing to find eminently sensible, good hearted heroines in the world of fiction.

    2. Jane on said:

      A story of Jack blamed for a murder he did not commit A town that held things against Jack just because of who his Dad was A hasty marriage that wasn t expected to last A boy who runs away from home.Forgiveness, Justice, and God s love unfolding in so many ways God s plan does ever work the way we would think it.The prodigal son leaves home to join militia but he was too young Yet he does not return home for a whole summer God s redeeming mercies and his return to his father Yet God used all of [...]

    3. shirley sigler on said:

      Fascinating historical I am so enjoying susan page Davis s books, especially this setting American history, starting with colonial times, and so very well written, are rare these days They make an extremely satisfying read and give insight to the timelessness of the heart s yearnings and God s perfect faithfulness toward us Thank you, Ms Davis.

    4. Deliasue on said:

      Jack and Lucy, He has been accused of murder, if someone doesn t move into his property it will be sold at auction So Lucy moves into it and cares for it and she thinks he s been hanged when after dark someone brings him back to his ranch in a wagon, she is really upset thinking he is dead He was beaten up but needs tending so she takes care of him.

    5. Micaela on said:

      Ah, historical romance, mystery and suspense, faith in God to carry you through the tough times and learning to trust him because His ways are GOOD and Perfect Much like Eliza and Cora by Mildred Colvin in that they are not the average cookie cutter dressed up Christian romance No, it is a love story, but it is also a story of faith in God I hope to write books like this somedaychokengtitik

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    6. Siera on said:

      This one was good a little less predictable than the other ones I ve read it was pretty sweet A quick, fast, easy read Didn t terribly intrigue me, but it was Ok.

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