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Two Destinies

Secrets of the Cross, Book 3
Narrated by: Kirsten Potter
Series: Secrets of the Cross, Book 3
Length: 11 hrs and 58 mins
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Faith and love could cost them everything. When Rislène Namani meets Eric Hoffmann in 1994 France, the spark between them ignites a firestorm of trouble. She fears the repercussions from her staunchly Muslim family for her attraction to a Christian. Yet Eric captures her heart. More than that, his faith captures her soul - a faith she comes to embrace. And it all stirs up a wasps’ nest of danger, mystery, and love that could cost her everything, even her life. The risk is real, especially when Rislène’s family discovers her secret. Eric must save her from a forced marriage in Algeria.

As the civil war in Algeria escalates in the midst of Ramadan, and poverty and social ills in France boil over, their lives become as tumultuous and uncertain as the world around them. Clinging to faith, they fight a battle as contemporary as today’s headlines.

©2012 Elizabeth Musser (P)2012 Oasis Audio

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I loved this story of love and heartache
And knowing God is in control and how prayers are answered.

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Fabulous historical novel

Would you listen to Two Destinies again? Why?

Absolutely! I loved this entire series. The author skillfully weaves a story based on the war in Algeria and its impact on believers in Christ. I fell in love with her characters and miss them now that I have finished the series. I can't say enough in praise of this author. I can't wait to see what she is writing next.

Have you listened to any of Kirsten Potter’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Yes, and I find her to be an exceptional narrator.