Angeline Monroe can't resist a worthy cause. Not only does Angeline want to right wrongs, but she loves the attention it brings. The only one who doesn't applaud her activism is her lifelong friend, Gavin Lucas. When Angeline-or Angel, as Gavin calls her-is swept into the women's suffrage movement, she finds herself surrounded by worldly companions whose real motives she can't guess. Political rallies, power struggles, and even riots are just a few of the challenges Angel faces as she struggles to learn whom she can trust. Can she trust Gavin with her heart? More importatly, can she trust God with her life?Angel's causes may be worth a fight, but are they worth her life?
by Tracie Peterson
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