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The Unshakable Faith Series
~Christian Historical Fiction~
With a Little Romance 

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Book 1 of the
~Unshakable Faith Series~

Lost Love and Shipwrecked: Madeline Pike Finds Hope in the New Land


 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged

 Rae Lang (Narrator)


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Book 2 of the
~Unshakable Faith Series~

Grandmother's Namesake


Book 3 of the
~Unshakable Faith Series~

Sarah Anne's Expedient Marriage


Book 4 of the
~Unshakable Faith Series~

Sarah Anne's Faithful Friends

Unshakable Faith Series book 1 Lost Love and Shipwrecked: Madeline Pike Finds Hope in the New Land
Unshakable Faith Series book 2 Grandmother's Namesake
Ebook Versions $1.99-$2.99

“Lost  Love  and  Shipwrecked  is  a  tasty slice of Americana with an authentic pre-Revolutionary War feel. . . . The beautifully captured speech . . . make the story at once charming, challenging, and inspirational.” 

—Laurie Fowler, Bible teacher, missionary

“Based on the Christian moral code during the seventeenth century Puritan colonial period, the authors write an interesting, compelling, and dramatic story....insightful of the challenges our early pioneers lived within the first few generations after their arrival in the new world.”


 R. Carter Blaisdell, minister, Black Mountain NC

"I thoroughly enjoyed reading Sarah Anne's Expedient Marriage and I do intend to read it again some time in the future; I wanted more when I realized I had reached the end. As a Christian myself I'm certain my faith was strengthened after reading about the difficulties this young woman endured, and the humility of her character. The suspense was great. I thought the book was well written and it kept me riveted throughout the entire story.The plots and plans were well placed and the outcome was, at times, totally surprising in a good way."

Our favorite Amazon review by a reader, Hezlyn Pratt

"Jessica Dorman and Cathy Bryant have done an excellent job of capturing the historical Christian culture  and  practices  of  the  era  in an engaging and  interesting  manner.  However,   it  is  their ability to emotionally draw the reader into  the ups and  downs,  twists   and   turns   of    the    romance    between  Susanna  and  William,  and  their interactions with  their families  and  friends so realistically,  that keeps the book fresh page after page until the end. Kudos to the authors."


—Dr. Michael Coffman,  author, 

President of Environmental Perspectives, Inc. (EPI)

"Authors Cathy Lynn Bryant and Jessica Marie Dorman have once again captured the hearts of their readers with their newest novel titled, “Sarah Anne's Expedient Marriage.” I was immediately captivated with the sweetness of Sarah. The unspoken awkwardness of her innocence swept me away as I ventured back to the year 1730 to a picturesque New England Bay Colony. I was moved to tears several times. By the time I reached the conclusion, I did not want to leave. This is a beautiful story that will leave you believing...."

L.A Muse, Author

"...What most impressed me about the book was the co-authors’ ability to capture the life and culture of late seventeenth century New England. The language, which is constant throughout, feels authentic without burdening the reader with translating the nuances of old English. The actions of the characters, also consistent, connote a respectfulness that harkens back to a more gentile, refined period, where even lingering too long at a kiss on the hand would be considered crass. These Victorian sensibilities only serve to underscore the lunacy of the horrific events that set the story in motion.

    At its core, Grandmother’s Namesake is the narrative of a faith quest that appears to reflect the deep personal beliefs of the authors. Those who elect to travel with them in this book will likely find it a worthwhile journey."

Chuck Miceli, Author

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2 Chronicles 7:14 "If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land."


Hebrews 13:3 "Remember those in prison as if you were their fellow prisoners, and those who are mistreated as if you yourselves were suffering." 


{Please pray for the persecuted} ن


"Revelation 22:20 "He who testifies to these things says, 'Surely I am coming soon.' Amen. Come, Lord Jesus!"

As a society, we can do better than dehumanizing any group of people, including those waiting to be born.

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