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Also by Allison Pittman:

Loving Luther, September 2017
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On Shifting Sand, April 2015
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All For A Sister, July 2014
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All For A Song, February 2013
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Forsaking All Others, October 2011
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For Time & Eternity: Sister Wife, September 2010
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Ten Thousand Charms, May 2006
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Loving Luther
Allison Pittman

Tyndale House
September 2017
On Sale: September 1, 2017
Featuring: Katharina von Bora; Martin Luther
432 pages
ISBN: 1414390459
EAN: 9781414390451
Kindle: B06XKRCLD9
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Romance Historical | Historical | Inspirational Historical

Germany, 1505

In the dark of night, Katharina von Bora says the bravest good-bye a six-year-old can muster and walks away as the heavy convent gate closes behind her.

Though the cold walls offer no comfort, Katharina soon finds herself calling the convent her home. God, her father. This, her life. She takes her vows—a choice more practical than pious—but in time, a seed of discontent is planted by the smuggled writings of a rebellious excommunicated priest named Martin Luther. Their message? That Katharina is subject to God, and no one else. Could the Lord truly desire more for her than this life of servitude?

In her first true step of faith, Katharina leaves the only life she has ever known. But the freedom she has craved comes with a price, and she finds she has traded one life of isolation for another. Without the security of the convent walls or a family of her own, Katharina must trust in both the God who saved her and the man who paved a way for rescue. Luther’s friends are quick to offer shelter, but Katharina longs for all Luther has promised: a home, a husband, perhaps even the chance to fall in love.

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