February 1862. The War Between the States has been raging for nearly a year with no end in sight. Philadelphia socialite Wilhelmina Fredericks is safe from the war’s clutches, yet she feels compelled to do her part to bring the madness to an end. Accordingly, she disguises herself as a man, takes up arms, and heads South to join the fight. What could possibly go wrong?
Clara Summers’s father and older brother are serving in the Confederate army. Forced to look after her two younger brothers as well as the small Tennessee farm the family depends on for its livelihood, Clara has no time for or interest in love. Then she meets a handsome Union soldier named Wil Fredericks, and her loyalty to both her family and the Southern cause is put to the test.
|Publisher:||Bold Strokes Books|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Yolanda Wallace is not a professional writer, but she plays one in her spare time. Her love of travel and adventure has helped her pen the globe-spanning novels In Medias Res , Rum Spring , Lucky Loser , the Lambda Award-winning Month of Sundays , and Murphy’s Law . Her short stories have appeared in multiple anthologies including Romantic Interludes 2: Secrets and Women of the Dark Streets . She and her partner live in beautiful coastal Georgia, where they are parents to four children of the four-legged varietya boxer and three cats.