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Posted June 19, 2013
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By: Heather Graham
Published By: Topaz
Age Recommended: Adult
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
Book Blog For: GMTA
Series: MacKenzies - Old Florida Civil War #5
"Glory" by Heather Graham was her 'McKenzie Chronicles' 5th series. This novel is a good historical romance with military...in 1863 during the Civil War. This was indeed a intriguing story set I the south. I found "Glory" well written with very believable and well developed characters with a interesting depiction of families on different sides of the 'Civil War.' The story along with the romance will make you want to 'swoon' and once starting you will find it hard to put down until the end.
As this story opens...
"Julian McKenzie, the younger brother of Ian McKenzie (Ian's story is told in Rebel) is still part of the Florida militia bringing essential and gifted medical treatment to the wounded Confederate (and sometimes Union) soldiers, even though his father and older brother are confirmed Unionists. Promoted to Colonel and leading a group of men, he comes upon Rhiannon Tremaine, Union supporter and widow of Richard, a Union soldier whom she loved and still mourns. Rhiannon is also rumored to be a "white witch" as she "sees things" and is gifted with herbs and potions."
No, to get the rest of this story... you must pick up the excellent read the conclusion of this read. Which is a very good ending to four other great series
Runaway, Captive, Rebel, Surrender...and this one "Glory."
Yes, "Glory" is about Julian and the woman he fall in love with...Rhiannon Tremaine. Would I recommend? YES!
Posted April 25, 2003
Posted December 17, 2001
I've read all in the series, and absolutely could not wait for new releases. I am so sad the talt is over...too bad she could not nave gone into modern day Florida somehow. I was so intrigued by Ms. Graham's tales that I went to Florida to experience it for myself, and fell in love with it. In fact, my husband and I have now been to the Florida gulf coast fore times, and consider relocating there. When we were there, it was fun to check out the Civil War attractions.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
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