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Grace in Thine Eyesby Liz Curtis Higgs
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Glen of Loch Trool. Spring 1808.
Davina McKie is a bonny lass of seventeen, as clever as they come and a gifted musician. Unable to speak since childhood, she is doted on by her belligerent younger brothers, Will and Sandy, who vow to protect their silent sister.
When the lads are forced to depart the glen, Jamie McKie intends to brighten his daughter’s summer by escorting Davina to the Isle of Arran. Her cousins make her welcome at the manse, and the parish delights in hearing their talented fiddler.
But when she catches the eye of a handsome young Highlander on Midsummer Eve, sheltered Davina is unprepared for the shocking events that follow.
A timeless story of passion and revenge, of lost innocence and shattered dreams, Grace in Thine Eyes explores the sorrow of unspeakable shame and the gift of immeasurable grace.
A Reader’s Guide and Scottish Glossary Are Included
Readers can rediscover the Genesis story of Dinah through a 19th-century Scottish lens in "Grace in Thine Eyes," a tale of passion, revenge, lost innocence, and cruel retribution.
About the Author
Liz Curtis Higgs is the author of twenty-three books with three million copies in print, including her best-selling historical novels, Thorn in My Heart, Fair Is the Rose, and Whence Came a Prince; her best-selling nonfiction books, Bad Girls of the Bible and Really Bad Girls of the Bible; and two contemporary novels, Mixed Signals, a Rita Award finalist, and Bookends, a Christy Award finalist. She is currently writing her fifth historical novel, Here Burns My Candle.
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