Paperback $15.99

WaterBrook Press | Mar 16, 2004 | 480 Pages | 5-1/2 x 8-1/4 | ISBN 9781578561278

  • Paperback$15.99

    WaterBrook Press | Mar 16, 2004 | 480 Pages | 5-1/2 x 8-1/4 | ISBN 9781578561278

  • Ebook$11.99

    WaterBrook Press | Feb 04, 2009 | 480 Pages | ISBN 9780307552211

Praise

“Wonderful writing and a terrific story. Fair Is the Rose explores living, breathing people with heart-wrenching conflicts and one woman with a faith that shines. The reader is transported. Be sure to have a box of tissues close at hand.”
–Francine Rivers, author of Redeeming Love

“A colorful tapestry woven from painstaking research, a rich, vivid setting, and compelling, wonderfully real characters. With excellent writing and a keen understanding of human nature, Liz Curtis Higgs delivers a first-rate, fascinating historical saga. As big and bold a story as the Galloway landscape where it takes place and the hearts of the people who inhabit it.”
–B. J. Hoff, author of Cadence and An Emerald Ballad

Och! What a guid buik! Once again Liz Curtis Higgs transported me to 18th-century Scotland and caused me to lose my heart to Jamie, Leana, and Rose. I couldn’t help but yearn for all three to find lasting love and happiness. The next installment can’t get here fast enough to suit me.”
–Robin Lee Hatcher, author of Catching Katie and Beyond the Shadows

“Fair Is the Rose is an absolutely stunning sequel to Thorn In My Heart. I was transported back in time to my ancestral Scotland and relished every moment. An exceptional work!”
–Linda Lee Chaikin, author of Yesterday’s Promise

“Liz Higgs’s writing resonates with romance and the inward struggles of the human heart. You can almost hear the tunes rising o’er the brae.”
–Patricia Hickman, author of Fallen Angels and Nazareth’s Song



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