Heirs of Acadia by T Davis Bunn Isabella Bunn
The Heirs of Acadia series is a series of Christian historical fiction novels by T. Davis Bunn & Isabella Bunn. The series is a continuation of the Song of Acadia series by T. Davis Bunn & Janette Oke. This sequel series follows descendants of Acadians during the War of 1812.

T. Davis Bunn and Isabella Bunn began their Heirs of Acadia series with the novel The Solitary Envoy, which was published in 2003. Although the first two books should be read first, the next three can be read in any order. The series lasted five books, concluding in 2007 with the novel Falconer’s Quest. Below is a list of T. Davis Bunn and Isabella Bunn’s Heirs of Acadia books in order of when they were first released (which is the same as their chronological order):

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Publication Order of Heirs of Acadia Books

(By: T. Davis Bunn, Isabella Bunn)

The Solitary Envoy(2004)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
The Innocent Libertine(2004)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
The Noble Fugitive(2005)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
The Night Angel(2006)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
Falconer's Quest(2007)Description / Buy at Amazon.com

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Heirs of Acadia Synopsis: In The Solitary Envoy by T. Davis & Isabella Bunn, Erica Langston is enjoying life in Washington DC – a much easier life than her Acadian ancestors had – at least until the British invade DC and creditors begin to come after the failing family business. Now she must travel to England to collect on outstanding debts in British banks. Once she gets to the home of a U.S. ambassador, she is given a mission that puts her face-to-face with a feared enemy.

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  1. Dorothey Pitts: 10 years ago

    Haven’t had the opportunity YET to read this whole series w/John Falconer as the main character but those I’ve read so far are so far beyond the best historical romantic novels I’ve ever, ever read. Of course, I’m not through devouring them yet either. I’ve still got some sleepless nights in my future due to his amazing prolific hand & skills that must have come right from God’s own gift to him for storytelling…God’s story of redemption & the forwarding of the good news. Check it out (literally, I’ve found a bunch in my public library & am still stunned at how many more there are for me to borrow in this manner. I don’t really think you’ll be disappointed. I haven’t been.


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