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An Uncivilized Yankee
     

An Uncivilized Yankee

by V. V. Wedding
 

She’s a lightning rod for trouble...
Orphaned and forced to flee from an abusive cousin, Estella Anderson finds an unexpected haven with her soldier uncle, as a Healer on General J.E.B. Stuart’s staff. Life in the Army of Northern Virginia’s cavalry is not easy, nor is it safe, but a young woman completely on her own is even more at risk.

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She’s a lightning rod for trouble...
Orphaned and forced to flee from an abusive cousin, Estella Anderson finds an unexpected haven with her soldier uncle, as a Healer on General J.E.B. Stuart’s staff. Life in the Army of Northern Virginia’s cavalry is not easy, nor is it safe, but a young woman completely on her own is even more at risk.

…and very much alone…
As if her home troubles weren't enough, Star believes she is cursed. Every man who has promised to watch over her has died, with her precognitive dreams warning her each time. So she tries to push away anyone who offers to help her, anyone she cares for, lest they too end up dead. She stays with her uncle because she has no other choice, no other place of refuge, but she fears for his life.

…until the War changes everything.
But then she discovers an unlikely friend in Travis Black, the Yankee scout who rode to her rescue, and became a prisoner of war as a result. Her curse, her cousin, her own independent streak: they may have finally met their match in the stubborn young man who promises to protect her, no matter the cost.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940032833529
Publisher:
V. V. Wedding
Publication date:
10/25/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
442 KB

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Meet the Author

V. V. Wedding was born a Yankee, but is now a Virginian by the grace of God. She lives near Fredericksburg, VA with her husband, daughter, and two four-legged organic doorbells named Bucky and Taffy. When she’s not buried in historical documents, she’s creating quilts or homeschooling her daughter.

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