Book: Beloved of the Borderland by David Cottoncategories: Book, American Civil War, Southern Fiction, Plantation, Blockade Runner, Sherman's March, Atlanta, Confederate Partisan Ranger, Historical Romance
David Cottonabout this book: Set during the civil war, Captain Clint Montgomery, is assigned custody of a beautiful, vibrant woman accused of spying. In addition to the accusation, she has attacked one of his soldiers with a shovel, splitting the man's face open.
They travel to Clint's plantation home where Rachel meets his family and discovers why her captor was so eager to join the cavalry, and why he wanted to leave the dark secrets of his family behind. From the Georgia cotton fields, they travel to a blockade runner and to adventures on the high seas.
This book is unique in showing how rebellion and arguments can grow into mutual admiration. Finally, it demonstrates how one can love an enemy yet not trust a friend—and how there might be a very high price to pay for making that choice.
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