In a state where civil rights are gradually being eroded, one family must come to terms with the disruptive cataclysm that looms on the horizon.
France, 1685. Amid the turmoil of persecutions under Louis XIV, a wealthy Huguenot merchant wonders whether to uproot his family and migrate before the storm of conflict breaks. His wife, who has never left the province let alone the kingdom, calmly insists that the winds of folly will blow over - but will they? Could the tragic events of the Saint Bartholomew's Day massacres be repeated? This prequel introduces Jeanne and Jacob Delpech before the devastating events that will change their lives and send shock waves around the world.
If you like sweeping, emotional dramas and inspirational stories where personal beliefs are tested, then you will love this prelude to The Huguenot Chronicles - a best-selling trilogy set in the times of Old World intolerance and New World discoveries. Listen to Before the Storm, 1685 and enter a world where harrowing change is but a heartbeat away!