For Love Or Country (MacGregor Legacy V2)
By Jennifer Hudson Taylor (Author)
Release Date Jun 1, 2014
Publisher Abingdon Press
Series MacGregor Legacy
Series Number 2
DescriptionAt the height of the Revolutionary War, Tyra MacGregor is successful at thwarting the British Army with her colonial spy efforts. But her sleuthing ways come to a screeching halt when Captain Donahue Hugh Morgan puts her under house arrest.
Hugh is intrigued by this courageous spy the natives call War Woman. She s more daring than most men and is intelligent in defending her convictions. Even more impressive to Hugh is the strength of Tyra s unshakeable faith in God.
When Tyra saves his life during an attack, Hugh vows to return the favor. Before he can intervene, however, she is caught by his superior officer and imprisoned. Soon Hugh s honor, faith, country, and love are all on the line. Can he risk it all to gain everything?
For Love Our Country takes place at the height of the Revolutionary War. Tyra MacGregor’s Father and brothers are colonists, fighting for their freedom. While they are away, she is secretly working as a spy for the colonists, hoping to thwart the British Army. In the meantime, her Native American friends and protectors capture and would a British soldier, Captain Hugh Morgan, who is trespassing on MacGregor land, and bring him to her home. The family does their Christian duty in tending him. In the meantime, he gets assigned to their home to keep watch over them. Not surprisingly, the two develop an attraction for each other. However, as the war intensifies, and the British become more suspicious of Tyra, both Hugh and Tyra must choose between their love for their country and their growing love for each other.
This was a great book! I don’t believe I’ve read many books that take place during the Revolutionary War and I really enjoyed it. I enjoyed Tyra’s character a lot. She was strong and willing to do physically whatever it took to protect herself and her family, yet she put her trust in the Lord as well. I would highly recommend this book!
Reviewed by: Sarah Meyers