The wounds of war are deep. Charity Langdon knows this well, having lost her family and her home to Sherman’s army. Now living in Indiana with her aunt and uncle, Charity finds it hard to forgive those around her, especially those who wore the Union blue. But Daniel Morgan’s wounds run deep, too. As a POW in a notorious Confederate prison, he was severely wounded as he tried to prevent the beating death of a friend. Traveling home after the War, he was one of the few who escaped the explosion of the ill-fated steamship Sultana. Thus, Daniel finds himself drawn by Charity’s beauty but repelled by her soft Southern drawl. Will Charity and Daniel become two more casualties of the War between the States, or will they allow God’s spirit to work within them, healing their hurts and bringing freedom through forgiveness?
Publisher: Barbour Publishing, Inc.
176Pages / Publication Date: 20081210
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