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The Saintly Buccaneer by Gilbert Morris
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The Saintly Buccaneer

by Gilbert Morris

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The Winslow family came over on the Mayflower and have been firmly rooted in the colonies ever since. With the coming of the American Revolution, their loyalties are tested as family members find themselves on opposite sides in the war for freedom.

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This book is about how the British blockade of the colonies was broken during the Revolutionary War.

In the beginning of the story, Charity was so cold that she couldn't feel the reins in her hands. In a short time she was looking down on the campfires of Valley Forge. The men that she saw were ill clothed for the biting cold! Suddenly someone grabbed the horse's harness & threatened to make steaks out of him. A man named Charlie smothered her scream with his dirty hand while he tried to drag her to one of the shacks. A man named Winslow stopped the attack. Macklin noted that he only had one shot, but Winslow asked if he wanted it. Charity was grateful for Winslow's help, and he offered to take her to her brother. He also warned her to take care of her horse, since they'd eaten all of theirs. Winslow took Charity to his room to meet his wife, then to see her brother. Julie, Nathan Winslow's wife, invited Charity to stay with them while she was at camp. At the hospital, Winslow introduced Miss Alden to the Doctor. The doctor asked how she got there, but thought better of it. The way her brother, Curtis, looked brought tears to her eyes. He was glad she had come, so he wouldn't be alone when the time came. Winslow offered to get Curtis out of the hospital, for which she was grateful, & she asked God to allow him to live. ( )
  CAFinNY | Apr 26, 2019 |
Choices, choices. Choosing sides. Finding the "right" mate. ( )
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ISBN 1556610483 is for BOTH the standalone The Saintly Buccaneer AND FOR the 2-in-1 The Saintly Buccaneer and The Holy Warrior
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