Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: Rebellious Heart by Jody Hedlund #BookGiveaway

Today’s book giveaway is for the inspirational historical fiction bookΒ Rebellious HeartΒ by Jody Hedlund.

Synopsis from the back of the book:

Because she’s a woman, higher learning was always closed to Susanna Smith. But her quick mind and quicker tongue never back down from a challenge. And she’s determined to marry well, so she’ll be able to continue her work with the less fortunate.

Growing up with little to his name, poor country lawyer Benjamin Ross dreams of impacting the world for the better. When introduced to the Smiths he’s taken by Susanna’s intelligence and independent spirit, but her parents refuse to see him as a suitor for their daughter.

When the life of a runaway indentured servant is threatened, Susanna is forced to choose between justice and mercy, and Ben becomes her unlikely advisor. But drawing closer to this man of principle and intellect lands her in a dangerous, secret world of rebellion and revolution against everything she once held dear.

Where can I learn more about this author and their books?

Jody Hedlund, author website


Giveaway

To enter the giveaway, just fill out the Rafflecopter form below. Open to readers with USA mailing addresses only. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. The winner will be notified via email and will have one week to respond back to me with their info. Good Luck and Thank You for stopping by!

The comment requirement for this giveaway is: This story is loosely based on first lady Abigail Adams. What first lady inspires you?

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48 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Rebellious Heart by Jody Hedlund

  1. Dolly Madison. Didn’t she save the portrait of George Washington when the White House was on fire?
    This book looks so good. Abigail Adams had to be such a strong woman! She held family and farm together while her husband went to Europe.

    1. I think I did hear some story about Dolly Madison and savings things from the fire, but I don’t know the details. Thanks for commenting Paula. πŸ™‚

  2. the first lady that has inspired me is Barbara Busch
    this looks like a fantastic book.

  3. Laura Bush conducted herself like a proper First Lady. I like what I’ve seen of Melania Trump so far!

  4. None I don’t follow politics so I don’t know anything about them. I do know I don’t like what Lady Obama did to school lunches.

  5. The first lady that inspires me is Michelle Obama. The passion she shows for women’s rights, basic human rights, as well as her genuine love for people, fill my heart with joy. I hope someday she runs for office.

  6. Jackie Kennedy and Barbara Bush inspired me. JK when I was quite young. I think Melania is doing a good job too.

  7. Martha Washington inspires me. She must have been a very strong and loving woman.

  8. I don’t look up to other people. I look to Christ to inspire me. Thank you for the chance. Blessings

  9. I think Barbara Bush and Laura Bush were gracious and lovely first ladies. Thanks for the chance to win Jody’s book. I love her writing.

  10. Jacqueline Kennedy. inspires me. She had class. She wasn’t just a stand beside wife but was definitely a ladyof her own who loved her family.

  11. I guess I would say that Mary Todd Lincoln is the First Lady I look up to because she had to keep it together through so much. I know she suffered mentally and was institutionalized, but she married a great man and lost him too early in life.

  12. I love Abigail Adams! She and John had such a strong marriage. They’re kinda’ cute, lol. She and John might have been stubborn and set in their ways (ahem, Alien and Sedition Acts), but their place in history is assured. πŸ™‚

  13. For me I think it was Nancy Reagan. She had a lot to deal with toward the end of President Reagan’s life, I think she handled it well.

  14. I think mine would be Nancy Reagan and Laura Bush.

    Thanks for the opportunity of this giveaway! I love Christian historical fiction and this sounds like my kine of book πŸ™‚

  15. Haven’t really given it much thought but I think Nancy Reagan would be the 1st woman that most inspires me. She was a graceful, polite, supportive wife to Ronald through thick and thin.

  16. I think that Laura Bush always conducted herself like a proper First Lady.

  17. I always thought Eleanor Roosevelt was interesting. She had a hard life when she was younger, and seemed to bounce back and fight for issues that were important to her. I think she was made of thought stuff to go through a lot of the things she did.

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