Katherine Wallace has come north to escape her family’s shunning due to her opposing slavery. But as a Southerner, she finds no welcome in Ohio. . .except from a returning Yankee soldier.
Daniel Kirby arrives home after General Lee’s surrender at Appomattox, weary from war. He longs to return to teaching at a university but feels a pull to remain with his family’s farm. . .and to be near the captivating Southern young lady staying with his aunt.
Midst the tumultuous aftermath of war, will Daniel and Katherine allow God to heal their hearts and bind them together as one?
Publisher: Barbour Publishing, Inc.
176Pages / Publication Date: 20110525
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