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Northern Roses And Southern Belles
     

Northern Roses And Southern Belles

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by Wild Rose Press Authors
 
In a country torn asunder--from the Canadian border to Texas, from Maryland to Arkansas, from the battlefield of Antietam to the Red River Campaign--brave men and loyal women see their lives turned upside down.

Peril lurks behind every tree and near every homestead, but the hard-fought love of a man and a woman surpasses all.

Six talented writers

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In a country torn asunder--from the Canadian border to Texas, from Maryland to Arkansas, from the battlefield of Antietam to the Red River Campaign--brave men and loyal women see their lives turned upside down.

Peril lurks behind every tree and near every homestead, but the hard-fought love of a man and a woman surpasses all.

Six talented writers provide stories of romance and danger centering on Union and Confederate soldiers, spies, blockade runners, renegades, and battlefield nurses during a period of corsets, hoopskirts, and gentlemen callers.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781601546708
Publisher:
The Wild Rose Press
Publication date:
07/02/2009
Pages:
354
Product dimensions:
0.74(w) x 8.00(h) x 5.00(d)

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Northern Roses And Southern Belles 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
NancyFern More than 1 year ago
During perilous times an unlikely pair rushes to form a more perfect union... Juliets"voice betrayed her alarm. "What's wrong? What are you seeing?" He slowly circled her. "Turn so your back is to the lamp. That's it. Now I see what it is. Stand very still and lift your arms straight over your head. Right. Now look up at your your fingertips." In a twinkling, Randolph grabbed the (night)gown and whisked it over her head. Juliet stood naked in the middle of the room and Randolph swallowed at the vision. "Now, everything is just as it should be." Vivid descriptions, clarity of dialogue and plenty of action reveal the unusual response oF a Southern family and their black servants to a handsome Yankee intruder. The tenous position of a small Northern army occupying a town in the deep South forces secrecy and subterfuge. With believable charaters and intriguing situations the reader appreciates the values, the gentle banter, and the shenanigans as these good people face the harsh realities of war. This talented writer is one to watch. And, Civil War fans should not miss NO DECORUM.