Wind of the Spirit

The American Patriot Series Book 3

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Pub Date 01 Mar 2013 | Archive Date 09 Jan 2024

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Description

Elizabeth Howard's assignment to gain crucial intelligence for General Washington leads her into the very maw of war at the Battle of Brooklyn Heights, where disaster threatens to end the American rebellion. Yet her heart is fixed on Jonathan Carleton, whose whereabouts remain unknown more than a year after he disappeared into the wilderness.

Carleton, now the Shawnee war chief White Eagle, is caught in a bitter war of his own. As unseen forces gather to destroy him, he leads the fight against white settlers encroaching on Shawnee lands while battling the longing for Elizabeth that will not give him peace.

Can her love bridge the miles that separate them—and the savage bonds that threaten to tear him forever from her arms?

Elizabeth Howard's assignment to gain crucial intelligence for General Washington leads her into the very maw of war at the Battle of Brooklyn Heights, where disaster threatens to end the American...


Advance Praise

With rich, vivid descriptions that draw you back in time, characters that become your best friends, eloquent language that will leave you breathless, and a romance that warms you from head to toe, Wind of the Spirit is a stunningly beautiful story about the fight for freedom, survival, and love in a savage land.” —MaryLu Tyndall, bestselling author of Surrender the Dawn

“The passion and intrigue of the American Revolution comes to life in J. M. Hochstetler’s wonderfully entertaining read Wind of the Spirit. Beautifully written and completely engaging, Wind of the Spirit will appeal to fans not just of Christian fiction, but of historical fiction as well. Not to be missed!” —Michelle Moran, national bestselling author of Madame Tussaud: A Novel of the French Revolution

“J. M. Hochstetler is able to bring history to life with her exceptional prose and attention to detail. If you want a Last of the Mohicans type adventure with a hearty dose of romance and realism, buy these books! My only regret is that she doesn’t write fast enough and there aren’t enough books like hers! Wonderful, inspiring, educational reading! Bless you, J. M.! I use your books for my own research!” —Laura Frantz, bestselling author of The Colonel’s Lady

“History and romance. Revolutionary soldiers fighting for freedom and Native Americans fighting to keep control of their lands. It’s all here in Wind of the Spirit. Ms. Hochstetler has filled the pages of this book with many details of the period, taking her readers back in time. If you like sweeping historical sagas, Wind of the Spirit deserves to be on your bookshelf.” —Robin Lee Hatcher, author of Belonging

“A captivating tale of love and courage skillfully woven into the Revolutionary War, revealing all the human passions and valor that made America great.” —Louise M. Gouge, author of At the Captain’s Command

“I love this series written by J. M. Hochstetler. I have been waiting eagerly for the next installment. I’d be thrilled if she’d write ten books in this engaging style set in the American Revolution. I’d like to see these books, The American Patriot Series, in the hands of every child in America. I think it should be required reading in every history class in the country. A story so fun and fast paced, with the back ground of Hochstetler’s beautifully researched look at this formative time in our country’s history. Keep them coming.” —Mary Connealy, author of Out of Control

With rich, vivid descriptions that draw you back in time, characters that become your best friends, eloquent language that will leave you breathless, and a romance that warms you from head to toe...


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Featured Reviews

I've read this series before and as always I enjoyed it to the fullest.
I was thrilled to see these books again.
A very exciting book that I couldn't put down once again.
I loved reliving history and this author describes it so well that I felt like I was there. I didn't want it to end.
Wonderful characters that I enjoyed in getting to know and what life might have been like for them.
I wish the other books were on Netgalley and not just the first two.
I recommend this book to the fullest because once you pick this and book 2 up you will want more.
The struggles, faith, and romance are very real to the people just like in today's times.
Elizabeth was awesome. She's my favorite character in this story.
Along with George Washington.
I also loved the many Indians that were in this adventure.
5 stars for a well written novel. This author has done some fantastic storytelling. I highly recommend it
My thanks for a copy of this book. I was NOT required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are my own.

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This had everything I was looking for in the third book of the series. It took the American Patriot series perfectly into what I was expecting. The character still felt like the same characters in this world and I enjoyed the historical elements of it. I appreciate it that it didn't shy away from the darker parts of the American revolutiand that it wasn't too preachy in the Christianity elements. It was well written and I wish there was more to the series.

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