Florestine: The Heiress of Cronenstein (a vintage Catholic novel)
Florestine,Fränz,and Teles grew up together in a small German Catholic hamlet,their lives full of faith, love & happiness. As young adults,they learn that small decisions can risk the derailment of their futures,vocations,& their souls. Can Florestine forestall a dire fate for those she loves,or will she lose all she holds dear?(51,282 words)
Author: Countess Hahn-Hahn, Editor: Juliette Belanger More
Florestine and her childhood companions, Fränz, and Telesphor grew up together in a small German Catholic hamlet, their lives full of faith, love and happiness. As young adults, they have a bright future before them as they go on to pursue their lifelong dreams. But life and temptations get in the way, and the smallest of decisions risks the derailment not only of their futures, but their destined vocations, and even one friend's very soul. Can Florestine forestall a dire fate for those she loves, or will she lose everything she holds dear?
(51,282 words) Written by Countess Hahn-Hahn, Published 1900 by Benziger Brothers, 2012 Edition Copyright by Vintage Catholic Treasures, Edited by Juliette Belanger
This classic novel has been edited for easier modern readers (the majority of changes were for modernizing the punctuation and formatting) by Juliette Belanger of Vintage Catholic Treasures. Nothing of substance has been changed—it is still very much the traditional Catholic tale it has always been.