The Golden Cross
Feb 16, 2010 | 432 Pages
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Feb 16, 2010 | 432 Pages
About The Golden Cross
A line of women who would be warriors for truth
“It is said that as Cahira, daughter of the great Irish king Rory O’Connor, lay dying of a wound from a Norman blade, she lifted her hand toward heaven and beseeched God that others would follow after her, bright stars who would break forth from the courses to which they are bound and restore right in this murderous world…”
To Kathleen O’Connor, Cahira’s story is nothing more than a charming legend—until her research divulges that several of Cahira’s heirs did, indeed, leave the traditional roles of womanhood to fight for right. Stunned, Kathleen realizes she herself bears Cahira’s mark. Is Kathleen destined to continue the legacy in the twenty-first century?
To discover how the histories of these women relate to her own future, Kathleen must delve deep into the past to learn the truth about The Heirs of Cahira O’Connor…
Aidan O’Connor was raised among pickpockets and prostitutes in a Dutch colony on Java, Indonesia. But when a world-famous cartographer discovers her natural artistic talent, she is given a chance to leave her troubled life behind. Disguised as a boy, Aidan joins her benefactor at sea and begins the work of drawing the flora and fauna of the new world. This fresh beginning leads her into adventure--and to a great love. But can this love survive the force of Aidan’s past…and her ambitions for her future?
About Angela Elwell HuntAngela Elwell Hunt is the best-selling author of over sixty titles. The Velvet Shadow follows The Silver Sword and The Golden Cross, the first two novels in the exciting Heirs of Cahira O'Connor Series. Angela and her husband Gary live in Florida with their two teenagers.
432 pages | Published by WaterBrook
On Sale Date: Feb 16, 2010
Trim Size: 5-1/2 x 8-1/4
Carton Quantity: 24
The Golden Cross is the second of four novels in the Heirs of Cahira O'Conner. The matriarch of the Irish clan promised that her heirs would "restore right in the world." The heirs all share one thing with each other, other than their genes, their vibrant red hair with a solitary streak of white just above one ear. This book tells the tale of Aidan O'Connor who grows up on a Dutch colony in Indonesia in 1642. Her father died on the trip over...