"Sister Marguerite and the Captain"
“Sister Marguerite and the Captain” is the second book by award- winning author, Mark Barie, in his series about love and war. (See: War Calls, Love Cries)
This Revolutionary War love story begins aboard a French vessel bound for Quebec City, in 1756.
From the Plains of Abraham to the Battle at Bunker Hill, Barie’s historically accurate saga will keep you spellbound, as the gallant Captain Antoine Dauphin and the devoted Ursuline nun struggle to overcome the ravages of two wars and the evil schemes of a treacherous predator.
Will they keep their promises to God and country? Will their love conquer all?
You’re in suspense until you turn the very last page, in this compelling story of love, war, betrayal, and sin.
"The more intense and tragedy-driven conflicts surrounding Antoine and Marguerite will keep readers up all night turning pages, so compelling is the need to discover if love will ultimately triumph over adversity."
- The US Review of Books
"I read the book in one day. It was cold and rainy, so I just sat down and decided to read. I liked it a lot and couldn’t put it down. Glad it had a happy ending!"
- Pat P.