And One Rode West: Civil War Series

And One Rode West: Civil War Series

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by Heather Graham
     
 

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Love conquers all in Heather Graham’s Civil War series, as a delicate love—born from the bitter aftermath of war—is destined to bloom on the untamed frontier.
 
As the dust settles in the South, Christa Cameron emerges from the Confederacy’s bitter defeat bent but not broken, her spirit unvanquished, and her sense of outrage

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Love conquers all in Heather Graham’s Civil War series, as a delicate love—born from the bitter aftermath of war—is destined to bloom on the untamed frontier.
 
As the dust settles in the South, Christa Cameron emerges from the Confederacy’s bitter defeat bent but not broken, her spirit unvanquished, and her sense of outrage inflamed. To save her family’s plantation, Christa hopes to marry a Yankee officer . . . so she coaxes one into a legal union. But Christa vows not to compromise her pride or her purity—no matter how far her virile new husband carries her from home.
 
Though she might not think much of him, Colonel Jeremy McCauley has fallen hard for the stunning, stubborn Christa. As the cavalry heads west with the stampeding buffalo, Jeremy insists that she play the part of loyal army wife and join him, intending to build a new world on the ashes of the old. But when Christa is taken hostage by a dangerous Indian tribe, Jeremy must prove the startling depths of his devotion—and fulfill the promise of a love as fierce as the American wilderness.
 
Includes a special message from the editor, as well as excerpts from these Loveswept titles: Flirting with Disaster, Taking Shots, and Long Simmering Spring.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780307815149
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Publication date:
01/04/2012
Series:
Camerons Saga: Civil War Trilogy , #3
Sold by:
Random House
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
480
Sales rank:
53,248
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Heather Graham majored in theater arts at the University of South Florida. Her first book was published by Dell, and since then she has written more than one hundred novels and novellas. Married since high school graduation and the mother of five, Graham asserts that her greatest love in life remains her family, but she also believes that her career has been an incredible gift. Romance Writers of America presented Heather Graham with the RWA Lifetime Achievement Award in 2003.

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And One Rode West 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
WestTexasReaderAK More than 1 year ago
I loved One Wore Blue and its sequel And One Wore Gray. I was so excited to read the final chapter. Have been a fan of this trilogy for 20 years. Read it when I was a teenager and it still moves me as an adult. The Indian raids in the west during the Reconstruction era are rarely discussed in the history books. This is a book captures the mystery and beautiful of the west - a place I am very fond of since I grew up and still reside in West Texas. Great way to end this amazing series.
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Forget about it........................................................................................................................ Christa Cameron seemed selfish. shallow and totally self centered. She was also prone to due exceptionally stupid things. I kept hoping the hero would dump her and find happiness with someone else. Believe me anyone would be an improvement. Not a good sign in a romance novel.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read the entire series (this being the last book following One Wore Blue/And One Wore Gray). I found the whole series a big dissapointment. The second book of the series was probably the best but I wouldn't give it more that 3 stars. The stories seemed to drag out and I found the characters conflict (especially in the first story) superficial and fake.