A Tapestry of Hope

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Baker Publishing Group, May 1, 2004 - Fiction - 352 pages
6 Reviews
Lights of Lowell book 1. Tapestry of Hope weaves together the heartrending and hope-building stories of two young women. Jasmine Wainwright is the sheltered daughter of a Mississippi plantation owner. When her father strikes a deal to sell his cotton to Lowell mills through businessman Bradley Houston, he throws an arranged marriage with Jasmine into the bargain. Kiara O'Neill and her brother escape starvation in Ireland by traveling to America as Bradley Houston's indentured servants. But Bradley has more in mind for Kiara than she wants to imagine. Both women suffer in the home of this unloving husband and merciless master. Will God somehow bring hope to their lives?

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User Review  - Tanya - Christianbook.com

I had a very hard time with this book. It is definitely not your traditional romance, because there is almost no happy parts in the book. I was interested in the history of the textile/cotton industry ... Read full review

User Review  - Liana - Christianbook.com

good but rather slow. they took awhile to read, because they were kinda boring. A bit too much describing not enough action. but in the end it was pretty satisfying. it kinda depends on your patience level. otherwise the storyline was creative. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
21
Section 2
31
Section 3
39
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Tracie Peterson is the bestselling author of over 50 historical and contemporary novels. Her books make regular appearances on CBA bestseller lists. She and her family make their home in Montana.

Judith Miller is an award-winning author whose avid research and love for history are reflected in her bestselling novels. When time permits, Judy enjoys traveling, visiting historical settings, and scrapbooking the photographs from her travel expeditions. She makes her home in Topeka, Kansas.

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