Survival of the King’s Daughter by Renae Weight Mackley

June 12, 2017 | 0 Comments
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Survival of the King’s Daughter by Renae Weight MackleySurvival of the King's Daughter
Author: Renae Weight Mackley
Series: King's Daughter #2
Genres: Historical Romance, Scripture-Based Historical
Format: eBook
Pages: 246
Date: June 1, 2017
Publisher: Covenant

When the Ammonite people made an oath to lay down their weapons of war, Karlinah’s husband faithfully buried his sword. But Karlinah never imagined how soon their devotion would be tested. Her beloved husband is killed, murdered by a group of their former associates—bloodthirsty Lamanites intent on destroying the followers of Christ. Now, Karlinah, daughter of King Lamoni, must rely on her trust in the Lord as never before as she raises her two young sons alone.

Karlinah musters the spiritual strength to nurture her children’s testimonies, but her own beliefs are put to the test when new Lamanite converts begin arriving in her village. In their faces, she sees the very people who took so much from her. As Karlinah navigates a world swirling with change, she must face her fears and find forgiveness, learning to open her heart to the possibility of new beginnings and new love. But even as her soul heals and her life becomes whole again, tidings of war are on the horizon. With more at stake than ever, is Karlinah once more destined to lose all she holds dear?

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About Renae Weight Mackley

Renae Weight Mackley

Renae Weight Mackley is a mother to six, grandmother to more. Moving to the east coast has given her the opportunity to explore some amazing American Civil War sites and discover new story ideas. She puts a touch of faith into her novels, because hey—we can all use a little inspiration. She’s a bicycle rider; a former substitute teacher; creator of music, fiber arts, good food, and the written word.

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