Daughters of the Civil War

Daughters of the Civil War

Kobo ebook | October 8, 2014

Pricing and Purchase Info

$5.13

Prices and offers may vary in store

Available for download

Not available in stores

about

Step back into a time when the battles were harsh, but love was stronger in this two-book special that includes Diane Wylie's award-winning novels, Jenny's Passion and Lila's Vow From the brutality of the Civil War, to the tender love between Jenny and David, the reader is swept up and transported back to another time and place." ~Gina - Love Romances Diane Wylie has a gift for taking the harsh realities of life in the Civil War and interweaving her characters into the fabric. ~Long and Short Reviews JENNY'S PASSION It was November 1863, and Captain David Reynolds of the Seventeenth Pennsylvania Cavalry was fully prepared to die. Someone had once told him that dying was quite painless. He didn’t believe it, though he secretly hoped it was true as he and his men prepared to ride into chaos and horror. The battle of Mine Run had begun. Jennifer Winston could hear the booming sounds of cannon fire miles away from her Virginia home. She knew that the war had begun two years ago but had been insulated from it all by her father. Little did she know that her life was about to irrevocably change, and she would be tested to the limits of her courage and endurance for a man—a man who was the enemy. LILA'S VOW Schoolteacher Lila Sutton finds her one true love when cavalryman Captain Jack Montgomery rides into Gettysburg. But their promises to be together mean nothing to the enemy, and when Lila receives word of Jack's death, she wants revenge. Imprisoned and desolate, Jack's only thoughts are of the love he left behind. With a future filled with turmoil and uncertainty, he can't see a way out. But he's a solider, and soldiers don't give up. In the midst of a brutal war, can a shattered love be restored?
Title:Daughters of the Civil WarFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:October 8, 2014Publisher:vinspirepublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN:9990050597548

Reviews