Faith (Quaker Brides #3)



The Civil War Battlefield Is The Last Place Quakeress Faith Cathwell Thought She D Find Herself But With A Gift For Nursing, Faith Seizes This Opportunity To Join The Fight For Abolition And To Search For Shiloh, A Freeborn Childhood Friend Who Was Kidnapped And Sold South By Unscrupulous Slave Catchers.Knowing It S Much Too Dangerous For Her To Search Enemy Territory Alone, Faith Enlists The Help Of Colonel Devlin Knight, Who Is Indebted To Her For Saving His Cousin S Life A Career Soldier, Dev Is Committed To The Preservation Of The Union But Conflicted About Freeing His Own Slave And Confidant, Who Plans To Enlist As Soon As Dev Gives Him Manumission Papers.Blazing A Trail East With The Rest Of Grant S Army, Dev And Faith Fight Their Personal Battles And A Growing Attraction To Each Other When Beliefs Clash And Passions Flare, They Quickly Find That The Only Thing Dangerous Than The War Surrounding Them Is The Battle Within Their Hearts.Faith (Quaker Brides #3)

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  • Paperback
  • 367 pages
  • Faith (Quaker Brides #3)
  • Lyn Cote
  • 27 October 2018
  • 1414375638

10 thoughts on “Faith (Quaker Brides #3)

  1. says:

    Faith Cathwell daughter of Honor Cathwell works as a nurse in a Union Army camp as she seeks cover to search for her friend Shiloh, a free woman of color who had been abducted five years earlier As she gets to know Colonel Devlin Knight, she resists her growing feelings toward him The Colonel has inner conflicts of his own and resists the attraction he feels toward Faith I was anxious throughout not knowing what would be the fate of these two people.As usual, Lyn Cote draws many layered chara Faith Cathwell daughter of Honor Cathwell works as a nurse in a Union Army camp as she seeks cover to search for her friend Shiloh, a free woman of color who had been abducted five years earlier As she gets ...

  2. says:

    Having read the previous two novels in the Quaker Brides series, I ve come to appreciate how Lyn uses her books to share stories of strong women from different points and situations in history In Faith readers follow the character Faith in the thick of the Civil War as she cares for the wounded Union soldiers after battle Once again, I admired how Lyn portrays her character not only is Faith already a bit of an anomaly due to b...

  3. says:

    About the Book The Civil War battlefield is the last place Quakeress Faith Cathwell thought she d find herself But with a gift for nursing, Faith seizes this opportunity to join the fight for abolition and to search for Shiloh, a freeborn childhood friend who was kidnapped and sold south by unscrupulous slave catchers.Knowing it s much too dangerous for her to search enemy territory alone, Faith enlists the help of Colonel Devlin Knight, who is indebted to her for saving his cousin s life A c About the Book The Civil War battlefield is the last place Quakeress Faith Cathwell thought she d find herself But with a gift for nursing, Faith seizes this opportunity to join the fight for abolition...

  4. says:

    This review is also posted on Book by Book.This third Quaker Brides novel follows Faith Cathwell, along with Colonel Devlin Knight, within the chaos of the Civil War Like the series previous two novels Honor and Blessing, Faith explores the issue of the abolition of slavery, as well as the Quaker faith, yet with its own great new characters, circumstances, and historical context As I started and kept reading Faith, I found myself easily enjoying as much as I did the others And as I expected, This review is also posted on Book by Book.This third Quaker Brides novel follows Faith Cathwell, along with Colonel Devlin Knight, within the chaos of the Civil War Like the series previous two novels Honor and Blessing, Fai...

  5. says:

    My Thoughts Wow After book one and two, Lyn had set the bar SO high that I was worried I would find book 3 mediocre WHAT.ON.EARTH.WAS.I.THINKING To use an acurrate term, Lyn knocked it out of the park Filled with Faith no pun intended , facts, and a sense of reality like none other, Faith left me with a sense of happiness, a pride for my country, newfound knowledge, and a new favorite author.I can t wait to see what else Lyn has in storeI already lent out the entire series to anot My Thoughts Wow After book one...

  6. says:

    Author Lyn Cote hits a new high in FAITH, the third book in her Quaker Brides series FAITH is the beautifully told story of a brave and dedicated Union Army nurse who cares for the victims of a terrible war while searching for a childhood friend who was kidnapped and sold into slavery Cote s meticulous attention to historical detail never intrudes on the love story of Faith and Dev Knight, the slaveholding Union officer whose personal conflicts become very real A particularly touching scene s Author Lyn Cote hits a new high in FAITH, the third book in her Quaker Brides series FAITH is the beautifully told story of a brave and dedicated Union Army nurse who cares for the victims of a terrible war while searching for a childhood friend who was kidnapped and sold into slavery Cote s meticulous attention to historical detail never intrudes on the love story of Faith and Dev Knight, the slaveholding Union...

  7. says:

    I liked this book, I didn t love it This book takes place during the civil war and the battle fields since the main character is a nurse and the hero is a colonel Even knowing that, I wish there was less emphasis on the battles a...

  8. says:

    The tale studies the conflicts and conflicts of interest for those fighting the battles of the Civil War and those behind the lines patching up the wounded Faith is a good Quaker girl, nurse trained, valuing cleanliness and herbs, hoping to find a free woman of colour who was abducted and probably sold into slavery She has to treat soldiers from both sides, slavers and abolitionists, while one of her senior colleagues has a black slave whom he promises to free when he reaches the age of forty The tale studies the conflicts and conflicts of interest for those fighting the battles of the Civil War and those behind the lines patching up the wounded Faith is a good Quaker girl, nurse trained, valuing cleanliness and herbs, hoping to find a free woman of colour who was abducted and probably sold into slavery She has to treat soldiers from both sides, slavers and abolitionists, while one of her senior colleagues has a black slave whom he promises to free when he reaches the age of forty Why not now asks Faith A man who watches her work is impr...

  9. says:

    Centered around the battlefields of the American Civil War War Between the States , this is a moving story that encompasses the inner struggles of individuals conflicted by the societal issues of the time Faith is actually a young woman given the name Faith by her parents and raised and following the beliefs of the Quakers Being a Quaker, she is peaceful and anti war She is, however, a compassionate lady given to the talent and wisdom of healing She is immersed in the medical tents of the Centered around the battlefields of the American Civil War War Between the States , this is a moving story that encompasses the inner struggles of individuals conflicted by the societal issues of the time Fait...

  10. says:

    If you enjoy books about the Civil War, this one brings you right on to the battlefield We also spend a lot of time in the medic tent, tending to the wounded and dying.We meet the good and the bad of the doctors who take care of these men, and we meet Faith Cathwell and Honoree who are on a mission to find their captured and sold sister They are also well trained nurses, who are better than some of the doctors here.They are also on a mission to find Shiloh, a freeborn woman and sister who was If you enjoy books about the Civil War, this one brings you right on to the battlefield We also spend a lot of time in the medic tent, tending to the wounded and dying.We meet the good and the bad of the doctors who take care of these men, and we meet Faith Cathwell and Honoree who are on a mission to find their captured and sold sister They are also well trained nurses, who are better than some of the doctors here.They are also on a mission to find Shiloh, a freeborn woman and sister who was captured and sold south These women are in the war to try and find Shiloh as they travel south with the Union army Now Faith is a Quaker and a pacifist, her family has helped runaway slaves, and is there to find her family and help the wounded, but God has placed a military man in her path, Col Devlin Knight So in the mist of war and looking fo...

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