Louise Gouge creates a unique story that weaves love and courage into HANNAH ROSE. As the spirited heroine steps forth courageously to build a life with her son, she finds the choices involving her heart are the most difficult of all.- DiAnn Mills - Author of footsteps, the Husband series, and many others
The riveting story of Ahab's Bride continues!
Ahab is dead, the victim of his own pride. His widow, Hannah, and their son must make a new life outside of the familiar whaling community of Nantucket. Planning a trip to Europe, they first visit friends in Boston. There, Hannah meets the kind and warm Captain Lazarus, and the dashing Captain Lonwood. But Hannah also has another encounter that shakes the very foundation of all she believes - slavery. Before she can proceed to Europe, or even consider remarrying, Hannah must face her own convictions.
Does God have a path laid for Hannah's life that goes beyond her own plans and desires? What will she learn about God's forgiveness, and her own past as part of Ahab's legacy? Includes Readers' Guide for group discussion or personal reflection!
Louise Gouge's Hannah Rose presents a beautifully woven tapistry of haunting memories, new beginnings and freedom from bondages, both internal and external. Set against the backdrop of 19th Century Boston, this thoughtful and intelligent story is a must-read for lovers of history and fiction alike. - Janice Thompson - author of HURRICANE
Louise M. Gouge:
Louise M. Gouge is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, Romance Writers of America, Central Florida Romance Writers, and the Nantucket Historical Association and the Bostonian Society. She is also the author of: Once TThere Was a Way Back Home (1994) and The Homecoming (1998).