First Lines of Bring Me Near

Bring Me Near rough (2)
Fictional Elizabaeth

Count down: Three days until the release of Bring Me Near, Book Three of my Revolutionary Faith Series. Also, its five days until the Bring Me Near blog tour. I really do hope you will follow the book through the tour.

Here are a few one-liners from early reviewers. I’m so thankful for the dear souls who read and critiqued this book. You are wonderful!

“Is time travel possible? Marguerite transports me back to the American Revolution.”

“This story shows the strength and fortitude of the men and women of the American Revolution when surrounded by love.”

“History, intrigue, romance, all included in a beautiful love story.”

“Through your expertly developed characters, we experience emotions, fears and the role of faith in that journey. It’s as if we were there in our own time travel.”

I hope you will read the novel to form your own opinion.

Bring Me Near rough (2)Following is an excerpt from the first page of the novel:

Charles Town, South Carolina December 31, 1774

Louis Lestarjette paused with his hands on the hard-cherry wood armoire doors, depending on the strength of the massive piece of furniture to hold him upright. The slight pounding of a headache reminded him of the task before him.

Meet at the Exchange at eleven.

He was to come alone. The note had not been signed. Christopher Gadsden, his friend and business partner, had told him he’d receive an opportunity to help the cause. Since he trusted Christopher, he did not second-guess whether he should meet tonight. Nothing could keep him away. He needed to know how to protect Elizabeth from the turmoil brewing…….

You’ll have to read the rest on your own…Have a great week!

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