Part of this story takes place after the War between the States. As the story unfolds you will see it changing between then and now. It is, I suppose another example of man’s injustice to his fellow man. It is just a work of fiction, placed in a real time in American history.
Polly Anne Treadwell stood on the front porch and watched the long line of horse soldiers ride down the road in front of Ravenwood. They were followed by marching soldiers. To her it seemed that there was no end of them. They just kept coming. Soon, she would be introduced to the Major and in return for keeping her land she would be forced to offer him herself, and then his number two and then others, including the first black man she had ever been with.
In modern times the owner of Ravenwood discovers Polly's diary and events begin to unfold yet again.
A good erotic story with a great deal of charm and excitement.