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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Ada Public Library C FRA (Text) 33500013738596 New Checked out 06/24/2023
Moorhead Public Library C FRA (Text) 33500013738588 New Checked out 06/17/2023
Karlstad LINK Site FRA (Text) 35500006639650 Main Checked out 06/07/2023

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  • ISBN: 9781493439713
  • ISBN: 0800742664
  • ISBN: 9780800742669
  • ISBN: 080074067X
  • ISBN: 9780800740672
  • Physical Description: 410 pages : map ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: Minneapolis, Minnesota : Bethany House Publishers, [2023]

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Summary, etc.: "Amid the Jacobite uprising of 1715, an English heiress flees to the Scottish lowlands to stay with allies of her powerful family. But while castle walls may protect her from the enemy outside, a maelstrom of intrigue, shifting allegiances, and temptations of the heart lie within"--

  • Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2022 November #2
    *Starred Review* Tensions are seething between Scotland and England in 1715. Scottish lord Everard Hume knows members of his wayward family are under intense scrutiny, so harboring an enemy stranger under his very roof is unthinkable, even if she is a bonnie lass. When her father's exile endangers her, Lady Blythe Hedley, who is English, finds refuge at the home of her late godparents and their surly son, Everard. As the pair's steely opposition to one another is slowly undone, resentment melts into desire, leaving them in the crosshairs of a vindictive Crown determined to win the battle of ardor versus allegiance. Frantz stakes her claim once again as a preeminent literary force for Scottish historical romance. The Rose and the Thistle is set at the explosive intersection of religion and politics in eighteenth-century Europe and brilliantly depicts the early Georgian era's intricate social and cultural landscape. Frantz remains poetic in her craft and rewards readers with a colorful brogue, picturesque settings, and passionate characters who bravely confront issues of religious persecution, loyalty to one's beliefs, and seemingly irreconcilable differences. A masterful achievement of historical complexity and scintillating romance sure to thrill readers with its saga of love under siege. Copyright 2022 Booklist Reviews.

Author Notes

Laura Frantz is a Christy Award winner and the ECPA bestselling author of more than a dozen novels, including The Frontiersman's DaughterCourting Morrow Little, The Lacemaker, and A Heart Adrift. She is a proud mom of an American soldier and a career firefighter. A direct descendent of George Hume of Wedderburn Castle, who was exiled to the American colonies for his role in the Jacobite Rebellion, Laura lives with her husband in Washington State. Learn more at

Subject: Jacobite Rebellion, 1715 Fiction
Heiresses Fiction
Families Fiction
Scotland Fiction
Genre: Novels.
Historical fiction.
Romance fiction.
Christian fiction.
Fictional Work
Search Results Showing Item 4 of 5990 Preferred library: Lake Agassiz Regional Library?

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