Love from the Ashes
During the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire, privileged Grace Wyne and Irish immigrant Nathaniel Dempsey desperately try to rescue love from the ashes.
Grace and Nate seek freedom and a new life in San Francisco, but society, her family, and forces of nature, wage war against them.
She joins a suffragette organization and, when she encounters scorn and violence, Nate vows to protect her. Nate is torn by the death of his family in Ireland, yet he finds Grace's spirit is a balm for his soul.
She is determined to marry for love, and now is stunned by her feelings for a man far beneath her social status. There is more than one danger to face, for the earth is unstable and their forbidden love is a sure formula for disaster.
When the earth trembles and breaks apart, no one knows who will live to love again…or who will die.
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Denise Agnew has penned an artistic work of art, painting word pictures that will stay with you long after you've finished the book.
—Diana Kirk, bestselling author of Song of Isis and A Caduceus is for Killing