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Liberty is briefly allowed to help Flynt. During this time, his fiancé, Pauletta Sue, visits and sees through Liberty's masquerade. Liberty is then marched to Baltimore to prison. Pauletta Sue is intrigued by the similarity of her face and Liberty's and manages a prison break. With no family or friends to call upon for help or relief, Liberty falls in with Pauletta Sue, though Liberty still finds opportunities to nurse soldiers back to health.
Liberty, Flynt, and Pauletta Sue circle each other like dogs at times, leaving the reader to wonder if anyone will win their happily ever after or if Liberty will ever find her way home.
Rich in history and social issues, Love Me Forever is both deep and emotionally compelling. Another fine read from a Kindle Scout winner.
Maggie Toussaint and Rigel Carson for Muddy Rose Reviews.
At the start of the novel Pauletta a beautiful southerner and secretly loyal to the Confederacy after losing her love must bring something important to the Union all for losing her love and her loyalty. Fast forward to present day Antietam Liberty an equally beautiful high school teacher and part time EMT takes her students on a field trip and participates in a Civil War reenactment under a rain of cannon and bullet fire Liberty accidently gets sent back in time to the battle of Antietam in the year 1862 running into Major Flynt Stephens.
I just instantly liked the heroine Liberty from the get go her courage and determination in playing a female lieutenant took guts. I admired the fact that Liberty was an EMT part time and being in the health care profession I really appreciated the attention to detail to historical medical knowledge. Even the hero Flynt at first didn’t strike me as being a chivalrous guy especially what he did to Liberty was just so dreamy and I couldn’t help fall for him too! The only one I couldn’t stand was Pauletta sure she grew as a character having more depth but I didn’t like her shallow persona I didn’t see why Liberty and her became friends. I think I started to like her about 75% into the book. I did just want the story to go on and on wondering what happens to Aunt Fairinda, Ophelia and Bedelia. I do hope that Ms. Bacarr writes more especially on some of these characters that I rated the book four stars, can recommend it and will get more books from Ms. Bacarr!
I only wished that the ending was better
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