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Command the Sun (2000)

by Gilbert Morris

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 155661571X, Paperback)

As the American Revolution winds down, a young man searches for his true home.

Matthew Bradford has discovered that his real father is Sir Leo Rochester, not Daniel Bradford, as he had always believed. When Rochester dies without an heir, Matthew has the opportunity to claim the title and become an English peer. But to do so means renouncing America and the man who raised him. His love for Abigail Howland only complicates matters.

When Abigail spurns his love, Matthew accepts the British title and impulsively sails to England to begin a new life pursuing art and the privileges of the aristocracy. He soon discovers, however, that wealth and position are no substitute for contentment or the love of his family. Caught in a web of deceit, and blindsided by huge financial losses, Matthew finds himself a pauper.

Will he be able to humble himself and return to his family-and the woman he loves?

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:25:09 -0400)

Matthew Bradford has discovered that his real father is Sir Leo Rochester, not Daniel Bradford, as he had always believed. --- {Excerpt from back cover.}

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