My Buffalo Soldier

by Barbara Bk Reeves

Love Spectrum | May 11, 2000 | Trade Paperback

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A Love story unlike anything you've ever read Sergeant Nick Balfours, a black man born in Louisiana but raised in Europe, has only six months left of his five-year post-Civil War enlistment in the famous Ninth Cavalry when Enid Jamison, a white Confederate widow, arrives to throw his life into turmoil. Nick is drawn to Enid much against his will. Even though she is the most beautiful and captivating woman he's ever seen, he steels his resolve to put her out of his mind. She is a white woman. Forbidden. But in matters of the heart, there is no color line, and Enid and Nick fall deeply in love. But will the prejudice and bigotry of the Reconstruction South kill the love these two remarkable people feel for each other?

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 265 pages, 7.22 × 4.77 × 0.77 in

Published: May 11, 2000

Publisher: Love Spectrum

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 158571013x

ISBN - 13: 9781585710133

Found in: Adult, Fiction and Literature

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My Buffalo Soldier

by Barbara Bk Reeves

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 265 pages, 7.22 × 4.77 × 0.77 in

Published: May 11, 2000

Publisher: Love Spectrum

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 158571013x

ISBN - 13: 9781585710133

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A Love story unlike anything you've ever read Sergeant Nick Balfours, a black man born in Louisiana but raised in Europe, has only six months left of his five-year post-Civil War enlistment in the famous Ninth Cavalry when Enid Jamison, a white Confederate widow, arrives to throw his life into turmoil. Nick is drawn to Enid much against his will. Even though she is the most beautiful and captivating woman he's ever seen, he steels his resolve to put her out of his mind. She is a white woman. Forbidden. But in matters of the heart, there is no color line, and Enid and Nick fall deeply in love. But will the prejudice and bigotry of the Reconstruction South kill the love these two remarkable people feel for each other?
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