- File Size: 273 KB
- Print Length: 105 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Flowing Stream Books (November 7, 2017)
- Publication Date: November 7, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B076PNXQ83
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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"You have character, warmth, and intelligence my dear, and those qualities are more valuable than a full figure and a round face."
Rachel Thornton has not imagined herself to fancy a gentleman since her first love Andrew Tillman was killed in an early Civil War battle. Accustomed to assisting her father in his Nashville, Tennessee medical practice, she is surprised at the attraction that springs forth towards an injured man who is brought to their doorstep for treatment.
James Galloway was working for the Union as a Harper's Weekly newspaper artist- correspondent, when he was captured by the Confederates and forced to serve prison time. Narrowly escaping, he has traversed the mountains of North Carolina in hopes of crossing over to Union Lines in the Nashville area. Slowly healing from a vicious run-in with bushwackers, he knows that sooner or later he must return to his job. What about Rachel?
Enjoy this sweet testament of faith as Rachel boldly declares, "We don't know what the future holds, but (I) believe God can see us through whatever comes".
Rachel lives in, so far unscathed, Nashville. Life seems to be rolling along at a steady but peaceful pace when shots ring out, just outside the front door. With the help of her sister, Susan, and servant, Esther, they bring the wounded man in. Because of working at her father's side in his medical practice, she is able to help at least bandage the man's wounds. When he opens his eyes, she realizes there is something special about him.
James awakes to find himself in a strange place with an angelic being taking care of him. His life has not been easy for the past several months in a Confederate prison camp. He wonders if these residents of Tennessee who helped him are sympathetic toward the North or the South and also wonders how they will treat him.
If you have enjoyed any of Carrie's previous books, especially her historical fiction ones, then this is a recommended quick read for the holidays.
I give this story a well deserved 5 plus stars.
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