Bring Her Home

(2 customer reviews)


Crown of Promise, Book 1



By Hannah Currie

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Since the morning he woke to find his precious daughter gone with only the remains of their latest argument left behind, King Lior has been praying she’d come home. For four years now, he’s prayed and searched, sending his best knights to find Evangeline, only to hear nothing. Until the day their missive arrives with three words: we’ve found her. He sends one right back with orders to bring her home.

But that order isn’t easily achieved. Evangeline, now a lowly servant, has no plans to return. Though the knights claim her father still loves her, she knows the truth: he’d cast her aside as quickly as everyone else if he knew how far she’d truly fallen. She can’t go home. Not with her scars. Or her failures. Or her son.

Only, the knights won’t leave without her. And just as she starts to wonder if maybe they might be right, the choice is taken from her altogether.

Sir Darrek thought the hardest part of his quest would be finding Evangeline. He had no idea how difficult it would be to get her home.

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2 reviews for Bring Her Home

  1. Abbie V

    Bring Her Home is SO impactful. The story of the prodigal son shines through in the elegant and wistful setting of a far-away kingdom. Evangeline’s character shouts the message to readers that they are not alone, and that it is not too late to return to their Heavenly Father, who will welcome them with open arms. Highly, highly recommend this book! Hannah Currie has written a bold, graceful story that is timely and will be timeless.

  2. Margaret Nelson

    Instead of a prodigal son, this is the story of a prodigal daughter – the daughter of a king who has run away to do what she wants, only to end up a servant girl with an illegitimate son in a neighboring kingdom. Emotionally gripping, this story won’t let you go until the end. The characters are very well fleshed out – both the good ones and the villains. I’d heard a lot about this book, and now that I’ve read it, I agree that it’s really good!

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