"Lynne Tagawa transports readers into the faith and hope, and sorrows and fears of 18th century colonial America. While other books feature the raw grit of frontier life, this book goes deeper and reveals the heart." - Douglas Bond, author of numerous books, including War in the Wasteland and Hostage Lands.
"Raw, realistic, and historically packed, this book will make you think. If you enjoy stories with deep theological themes, you will enjoy this." - Amber Schamel, author of Solve by Christmas, winner of the 2018 Christian Indie award.
"The Shenandoah Road is an authentic and engaging journey back to the challenges of settling in the Shenandoah Valley." - Laura Hilton, author of Firestorm, (Whitaker House, 2018)
John Russell's heart aches from the loss of his wife, but the Shenandoah Valley frontiersman needs to marry again for his daughter's sake. At first he believes he has found the right young woman, despite their differences, but his faith falters when time reveals she isn't quite what she seemed. Can he truly love her?
Unlike her disgraced sister, Abigail Williams obeys the Commandments. At least, she thinks herself a Christian until a buckskin-clad newcomer courts her. He treats her kindly but also introduces her to a sermon by the controversial preacher, George Whitefield. Her self-righteousness is shattered, and she wonders about their relationship. If she confesses her lack of faith, will John continue to love her?
"Raw, realistic, and historically packed, this story will make you think. If you enjoy stories with deep theological themes, you will enjoy this." - Amber Schamel