The Bride Accused [NOOK Book]

Overview

Jessica Battaglia, an RN at Harrisburg Hospital, is drugged and framed for her grandfather’s murder. While in the interrogation room at the police station, she finds herself transported to a remote area where she meets a mysterious stranger. Inexplicably drawn to the gorgeous young man, she’s pulled into an adventure she could have never imagined.



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The Bride Accused

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Overview

Jessica Battaglia, an RN at Harrisburg Hospital, is drugged and framed for her grandfather’s murder. While in the interrogation room at the police station, she finds herself transported to a remote area where she meets a mysterious stranger. Inexplicably drawn to the gorgeous young man, she’s pulled into an adventure she could have never imagined.



Travis Wade is a deserter, but presumed dead in the Union Army. He’s being hunted by unknown assailants and in his journey to get to safety, he comes upon a beautiful woman who turns his world upside down. Falling in love with her was not the plan and she is not what he expected, but he cannot resist her, even though she refuses his offer of marriage.



When she disappears, will he be able to find her? Will she finally trust him enough to give him her heart?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014769976
  • Publisher: Tracey Jackson
  • Publication date: 6/12/2012
  • Series: The Civil War Brides Series , #8
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 263
  • Sales rank: 534,115
  • File size: 249 KB

Meet the Author

Tracey was born and raised in New Zealand, and that's where her love of horses was formed. Her grandfather taught her to ride at four years old, and she couldn't get enough.

Her love and passion for Abraham Lincoln and the entire Civil War era might have come from her American father, however, he lays no claim to influencing her. Tracey's mother used to tell her she was simply born in the wrong place in the wrong time.

Tracey hasn't always wanted to write. It took her a long time to get started, but now she doesn't seem to be able to stop, the joy of escaping to the 1860s is too much fun.

She's been happily married and gooey in love with her husband for seventeen years. They live in the Pacific Northwest with their two sons.
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  • Posted June 17, 2012

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    #8 In the Civil War Series - I Loved It!

    Tracey Jane Jackson has written a series of books that draw you into their mystery, romance, and time travel to the Civil War Era. Her characters are so vivid, and the stories so interesting, you get drawn into each book and can't put them down until you turn the final page. I have found in reading the entire series to date that she always finds new ways to tell each story, and although you may not have read each of the books they stand alone as great stories each. The series is never predictable as you might think it would be, the books are full of fun and some great laughs as the people from the present are thrown into each story of their own with characters in the Civil War Era. The mix is a great story each and the latest, The Bride Accused...Number 8 in the Civil War Series does not disappoint. I have to say, each time I find a book is my favorite, Tracey will write another that upon reading it, will become an even better read, each different in their own way. The Bride Accused was a great read, one I couldn't put down and I look forward to any future books that Tracey may write.

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