Xulon Press, 2001 - 240 σελίδες
"Inklings is an enthralling inspirational novel-- the poignant story of a beautiful American student, her winsome Oxford tutor, and the debonair English lord who comes between them. In the autumn of 1964, Kate Hughes anticipates finding love and knowledge at the University of Oxford. She discovers both in David MacKenzie, a young lecturer who carries on the legacy of his friend and mentor C.S. Lewis to a new generation of students. Conflict arises when the dashing Lord Devereux also pursues the lovely American. Kate's heart is torn and her convictions challenged as her vulnerability draws her to a rendezvous she may regret"-
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