Threads of Faith

Fabric of Time

Book 2
Charisma Media
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Can Julianna and Daniel start a new life in a new country? Julianna Wayland is running for her life! She hides in a crate on London’s dock, only to be loaded onto a ship bound for America. During the voyage she meets Captain Daniel Sundberg, and by the time they reach New York’s harbor, she is certain she’s in love with him. The only problem is, Daniel has plans for himself--plans that don’t include her.
As Julianna struggles to find her way in a new world, will trouble from her past derail the life she is looking for?
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About the author

Andrea Kuhn Boeshaar is a certified Christian life coach; a popular speaker at writers’ conferences, workshops, and women’s groups; and the author of more than thirty published novels and novellas, including Unwilling Warrior, Uncertain Heart, Unexpected Love, Undaunted Faith, and Threads of Hope.
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Publisher
Charisma Media
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Published on
Oct 16, 2012
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Pages
304
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ISBN
9781616388423
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Christian / Historical
Fiction / Christian / Romance
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