A Passion Most Pure

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In 1916, the Great War is raging overseas, and a smaller war is brewing in the Boston O’Connor household. Two completely different sisters, both vying for the same man, can only lead to trouble and heartache. In the center of this sisterly rivalry is the roguish Collin McGuire, who finds himself besotted with both Faith and Charity. Faith refuses to settle for anything less than a romantic relationship that pleases God, but when Collin tries to win her sister’s hand, Faith isn’t sure she can handle the jealousy she feels.

From the stylish streets of Boston to the green hills of Ireland, as men go off to war and women wait for their return, this Christian romance contains all the elements for an enchanting read. Full of romance, humor, rivalry, and betrayal, A Passion Most Pure will captivate readers from the first page. This is Book 1 of the Daughters of Boston series.

 

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