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Widowed during the war, Natalie Ellis finds herself solely responsible for Rose Hill plantation. When Union troops arrive with a proclamation freeing the slaves, all seems lost. How can she run the plantation without slaves? In order to save her son’s inheritance she strikes a deal with the arrogant, albeit handsome, Colonel Maish. In exchange for use of her family’s prope Widowed during the war, Natalie Ellis finds herself solely responsible for Rose Hill plantation. When Union troops arrive with a proclamation freeing the slaves, all seems lost. How can she run the plantation without slaves? In order to save her son’s inheritance she strikes a deal with the arrogant, albeit handsome, Colonel Maish. In exchange for use of her family’s property, the army will provide workers to bring in her cotton crop. But as her admiration for the colonel grows, a shocking secret is uncovered. Can she trust him with her heart and her young, fatherless son? Natalie Ellis is everything Colonel Levi Maish loathes: a Southern slave owner. When he and his men arrived in Texas with the Emancipation Proclamation, freeing slaves still in bondage despite the war having ended, he feels little concern for the trail of plantation owners left in its wake without workers. But the plight of the beautiful Widow Ellis stirs to life his compassion and the heart he’d thought cold as stone after witnessing the carnage of war. While the army camps on her land, Levi finds himself contemplating a future with Natalie and Samuel. But when he learns where her husband perished during the war, he knows a life with Natalie is impossible. How could she ever forgive him for what he’d done in battle on the banks of the Bull Run? Written for the General Market (G) (I): Contains little or no; sexual dialogue or situations, violence, or strong language. May also contain some content of an inspirational/religious nature.


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Widowed during the war, Natalie Ellis finds herself solely responsible for Rose Hill plantation. When Union troops arrive with a proclamation freeing the slaves, all seems lost. How can she run the plantation without slaves? In order to save her son’s inheritance she strikes a deal with the arrogant, albeit handsome, Colonel Maish. In exchange for use of her family’s prope Widowed during the war, Natalie Ellis finds herself solely responsible for Rose Hill plantation. When Union troops arrive with a proclamation freeing the slaves, all seems lost. How can she run the plantation without slaves? In order to save her son’s inheritance she strikes a deal with the arrogant, albeit handsome, Colonel Maish. In exchange for use of her family’s property, the army will provide workers to bring in her cotton crop. But as her admiration for the colonel grows, a shocking secret is uncovered. Can she trust him with her heart and her young, fatherless son? Natalie Ellis is everything Colonel Levi Maish loathes: a Southern slave owner. When he and his men arrived in Texas with the Emancipation Proclamation, freeing slaves still in bondage despite the war having ended, he feels little concern for the trail of plantation owners left in its wake without workers. But the plight of the beautiful Widow Ellis stirs to life his compassion and the heart he’d thought cold as stone after witnessing the carnage of war. While the army camps on her land, Levi finds himself contemplating a future with Natalie and Samuel. But when he learns where her husband perished during the war, he knows a life with Natalie is impossible. How could she ever forgive him for what he’d done in battle on the banks of the Bull Run? Written for the General Market (G) (I): Contains little or no; sexual dialogue or situations, violence, or strong language. May also contain some content of an inspirational/religious nature.

30 review for The Widow of Rose Hill (The Women of Rose Hill Book 2)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Randy Tramp

    Natalie Ellis is responsible for Rose Hill plantation. Union troops arrive with a proclamation freeing the slaves. Rose Hill is thrown into turmoil. Colonel Levis Maish provides workers to bring in the cotton crop in exchange for use of Natalie's land. Can the past be forgotten in order for love to survive? There were so many things I hadn't thought of as I read this book. The struggle after the war wasn't an easy transition. The South giving slaves their freedom caused a lot of economic failures. Natalie Ellis is responsible for Rose Hill plantation. Union troops arrive with a proclamation freeing the slaves. Rose Hill is thrown into turmoil. Colonel Levis Maish provides workers to bring in the cotton crop in exchange for use of Natalie's land. Can the past be forgotten in order for love to survive? There were so many things I hadn't thought of as I read this book. The struggle after the war wasn't an easy transition. The South giving slaves their freedom caused a lot of economic failures. The blood that was shed in the Civil War caused a lot of grief to a nation that sought to heal. I enjoyed this book. I felt the fear, the excitement, and the pain. Both good and bad characters filled the pages.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Cindy Huff

    I received an Advanced Readers Copy of the Widow of Rosehill. I am under no obligation to give it a good review. Which made me feel comfortable checking it out. I loved the first book in the series The Planter’s Daughter. But I didn’t care for the secondary character of Natalie. She was spoiled and spineless. She is the main character in the Widow of Rosehill. Six years later with the Civil War just ended and her horrible husband dead Natalie has grown up a lot. Her focus is raising her son. Bei I received an Advanced Readers Copy of the Widow of Rosehill. I am under no obligation to give it a good review. Which made me feel comfortable checking it out. I loved the first book in the series The Planter’s Daughter. But I didn’t care for the secondary character of Natalie. She was spoiled and spineless. She is the main character in the Widow of Rosehill. Six years later with the Civil War just ended and her horrible husband dead Natalie has grown up a lot. Her focus is raising her son. Being informed by an official decree that the south has lost the war and her slaves are free was an awakening for this southern belle. I loved Natalie’s willingness to change, work alongside the slaves who decided to stay and help her. Enter an abolitionist Colonel and the sparks fly between Natalie and Levi. Each learning that the other is not the enemy. It was fun to envision the hero with a full beard. Very much in keeping with the era. Michelle Shocklee has a gift with words. And her historical accuracy brought the story to life. I stayed up too late reading it and the plot haunted my dreams until I finished it. I look forward to more books by this author.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Miranda

    what the actual fuck is wrong with the author

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jeanie

    I hadn’t anticipated liking this novel as much as I do! The Widow of Rose Hill is the fabulously compelling second in series of The Women of Rose Hill. It can be read as a standalone or with the series. The characters, their lively, realistic dialog, their actions, and fast pace make it a great Reconstruction novel set in Texas. What makes is a fabulous book is the changes that each character goes through, including challenges to their faith, in the new world they awoke to in June 1865. Natalie I hadn’t anticipated liking this novel as much as I do! The Widow of Rose Hill is the fabulously compelling second in series of The Women of Rose Hill. It can be read as a standalone or with the series. The characters, their lively, realistic dialog, their actions, and fast pace make it a great Reconstruction novel set in Texas. What makes is a fabulous book is the changes that each character goes through, including challenges to their faith, in the new world they awoke to in June 1865. Natalie Langford Ellis has inherited Rose Hill, a plantation that has undergone many changes. Her husband George was killed shortly after he left for war, and when her father-in-law not long afterward. Natalie, primarily with the help of Moses and his wife Harriet, slaves her father gave to her after she married, have run the plantation for the past four years. She has tried to keep Rose Hill going, and the taxes paid on her late parents’ plantation as a legacy for her beloved four-year-old son, Samuel. Life was moving along until the day Colonel Levi Maish arrived with other members of the Union Army with news that the war had ended. Along with that news, all slaves were to be released and the Colonel and his men were to stay there until she gave them that news. All left except for about two dozen slaves, Moses, Harriet, and Carolina, Natalie’s personal maid who had become a friend. The Union army takes over Langford Manor while they are charged to notify all slaveowners in Texas o the war’s end, while Natalie tries to find a way to get the cotton crop in to purchase seed for next year and pay those former slaves who chose to stay. Alexander Lopez has been leasing their former pastures for his many cattle to feed, and now he is interested in marrying her. Settling for another loveless marriage, this time to assure her son’s future, is a possibility, yet the handsome Union Colonel seems interested, also. If only she would seek the Lord’s will before making a decision… I very much enjoyed watching Natalie grow as she learned how to do things her mama never taught her, from mending Samuel’s clothes to scrubbing and hanging clothes. It isn’t just her activities, but her attitude and even her beliefs that show her heart changes. Alexander seems like someone who would control her even as he provides security, while Levi struggles with feelings for a woman who would have been an enemy a few short months ago. While Natalie has relied on Caroline, Moses, and Harriet through the hardest years, their changing relationships are worth seeing. This Christian novel is about people who, like the millions in the North and South in Reconstruction years, had to learn life all over again, from widows and fatherless children, military members who lost many friends and loved ones, and slaves ill-prepared for the sudden burst of freedom. The historical research is evident in the actions and reactions of characters and questions of new lifestyles explored. It is a remarkable novel, well-written and executed. There are plot twists, surprises, and a full range of emotions that make it hard to put down, and harder to finish. The end brings surprises, some hoped for, some surprising. I highly recommend The Widow of Rose Hill; it is a not-to-be-missed novel! From a grateful heart: I received a copy of this ebook from the publisher and was not required to provide a review.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Crystal

    ​I discovered Michelle Shocklee through The Mail-Order Brides Collection where her story became one of my favorites! I was thrilled to read my first full-length novel by her! Set just after the end of the Civil War, Natalie and Levi find themselves at opposite ends of the battle. She is the widow of a Confederate soldier who now owns a cotton plantation that uses slave labor. He is a Union officer whose troops have been sent to Texas to ensure the freed slaves are actually released from their se ​I discovered Michelle Shocklee through The Mail-Order Brides Collection where her story became one of my favorites! I was thrilled to read my first full-length novel by her! Set just after the end of the Civil War, Natalie and Levi find themselves at opposite ends of the battle. She is the widow of a Confederate soldier who now owns a cotton plantation that uses slave labor. He is a Union officer whose troops have been sent to Texas to ensure the freed slaves are actually released from their servitude. While their differences are many, an immediate attraction to one another is evident. When most of Natalie’s former slaves choose to leave the plantation, she discovers she must learn a new way of life and solidifies her determination to keep her plantation thriving. Although they find themselves clashing in the early days of their acquaintance, Natalie’s vulnerability at learning the ways of a working plantation softens Levi’s heart toward her and soon their feelings can no longer be denied. Tension, however, remains as they realize their differences may prohibit seeking a future together. Only when danger threatens Natalie’s safety and Levi’s life hangs in the balance after trying to protect her do these two discover that their own selfishness has been the biggest impediment to a happy future. This story has it all- discord between the sexes that you can cut with a knife, passionate kisses that defy that tension, and danger that will have you biting your fingernails! Great read! A true southern fiction gem! I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher. A review was not required but was voluntary and contains my own thoughts and opinions regarding this literary work.

  6. 4 out of 5

    LuAnn Rodriquez

    THE WIDOW OF ROSE HILL by Michelle Shocklee is a well-written, very enjoyable historical romance about a young woman, Natalie Ellis, whose husband is killed early in the war between the North and the South. She is raising her young son with the help of the slaves her family bought and is not only responsible for the Texas plantation left to her by her mother and her father but also the one she lives on that belonged to her husband’s family. The story begins with the arrival of a Union Colonel, L THE WIDOW OF ROSE HILL by Michelle Shocklee is a well-written, very enjoyable historical romance about a young woman, Natalie Ellis, whose husband is killed early in the war between the North and the South. She is raising her young son with the help of the slaves her family bought and is not only responsible for the Texas plantation left to her by her mother and her father but also the one she lives on that belonged to her husband’s family. The story begins with the arrival of a Union Colonel, Levi Maish, who is traveling with his group of soldiers passing the news that the war is over and all Negro slaves are free. Huge shock and big changes follow! There is no situation that occurs in this story that seemed unbelievable, and most of the characters grow in admirable ways throughout the life changes this book presents. I very much enjoyed the trust in God the main characters showed and the glory given Him. The first time I read this story, I had a hard time stopping, and I highly recommend reading it.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lee

    Amazing story! I love stories of the plantation south, since it's so close to home for me, living in south Mississippi. This book about the resilient widow Natalie of Rose Hill, as she tries to survive and run her plantation, days after the Civil War ends. It's quite a tale, from the beginning with union soldiers gathering on her land, with her not knowing what they intend for her and her family. Freedom has come for the slaves, and the lonely widow doesn't know how she and her son will survive, Amazing story! I love stories of the plantation south, since it's so close to home for me, living in south Mississippi. This book about the resilient widow Natalie of Rose Hill, as she tries to survive and run her plantation, days after the Civil War ends. It's quite a tale, from the beginning with union soldiers gathering on her land, with her not knowing what they intend for her and her family. Freedom has come for the slaves, and the lonely widow doesn't know how she and her son will survive, not to mention, how she will pay the workers who stay to bring in the cotton harvest. This story shows what this time in history is all about, and it's an emotional, tumulteous time, where everyone has to learn to adjust to many changes. I really enjoyed the compelling, inspirational story that shows how people endure hardship and hold their faith in the midst of trying times in history. I won't soon forget this book, The Widow of Rose Hill, and highly recommend it. I'm very much looking forward to reading more from this author.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Diana

    When the men in the South went off to war, leaving women and children to run the plantations, the struggle was real. When the war was over and the slaves were declared free, many of the slaves left their homes because they could. This book shows the hardships of those that had left along with the hardships of those plantation owners. There is history weaved into this story, things we've never thought about. One thing unfamiliar in this day of the internet and instant news is that the Army had to When the men in the South went off to war, leaving women and children to run the plantations, the struggle was real. When the war was over and the slaves were declared free, many of the slaves left their homes because they could. This book shows the hardships of those that had left along with the hardships of those plantation owners. There is history weaved into this story, things we've never thought about. One thing unfamiliar in this day of the internet and instant news is that the Army had to go inform plantation owners of the freedom of the slaves. Another is that slaves would be able to, and did, walk away from the plantations- but to where? What were they to do with that new-found freedom? I wish they had taught History through books like this when I was in school, I wouldn't have tuned it out. There is a couple of love stories running through this book which I enjoyed, but I loved realizing there are things we really never gave any thought to before this book.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mererid Evanna

    This is a delightful and very satisfying historical romance. It provoked my curiosity about this time of great social change in the South, though it comes in a rather gentle form on the plantation of Rose Hill. Natalie, the lady of Rose Hill, is sympathetic to the former slaves, willing to work alongside them and to teach them to read. Levi, not just a Union colonel but an ardent abolitionist, has some struggles in accepting his attraction to the beautiful widow. They are wonderful characters, a This is a delightful and very satisfying historical romance. It provoked my curiosity about this time of great social change in the South, though it comes in a rather gentle form on the plantation of Rose Hill. Natalie, the lady of Rose Hill, is sympathetic to the former slaves, willing to work alongside them and to teach them to read. Levi, not just a Union colonel but an ardent abolitionist, has some struggles in accepting his attraction to the beautiful widow. They are wonderful characters, and the four-year-old Samuel is a real charmer who helps to unite them. The devout Moses, Natalie's rock at Rose Hill, provides an outstanding example of kindness and forgiveness. There is plenty of drama too, with thieves, a fire, pointed guns, cattle rustling – not to mention an unwelcome visit by an unreconstructed cousin.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Irene S

    Wonderful characters enrich this story…Wow, I loved this book. I read it all in one day. This is the story of Natalie, a Confederate widow and owner of a Texas cotton plantation and Colonel Levi Maish, who came to read the proclamation that slaves were free in every plantation. What I loved about the story was seeing their changing views of each other. Even more to me was seeing the changes in Natalie and her relationship to her former slaves. All the secondary characters added so much to the st Wonderful characters enrich this story…Wow, I loved this book. I read it all in one day. This is the story of Natalie, a Confederate widow and owner of a Texas cotton plantation and Colonel Levi Maish, who came to read the proclamation that slaves were free in every plantation. What I loved about the story was seeing their changing views of each other. Even more to me was seeing the changes in Natalie and her relationship to her former slaves. All the secondary characters added so much to the story: Moses, Harriet, Carolyn, Lottie, Corporal Banks, and especially her young son, Samuel. I was given a copy of this book from Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas. This is my honest and voluntarily given review. This was the first book that I have read by this author. I plan to go back and read the first book in this series.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sherry Westendorf

    Excellent book. She is responsible for her plantation Rose Hill. She is running it with slaves even though the war is over. Along comes a union soldier and his troops with the proclamation to free them. Well how does she get her crop in? What about her young son? She talks him and his troops into bringing her crop in. But as he grows to care for her it is OK until he finds out how her husband died and that causes big problems. Can they overcome them? You can't help but think of the history of sl Excellent book. She is responsible for her plantation Rose Hill. She is running it with slaves even though the war is over. Along comes a union soldier and his troops with the proclamation to free them. Well how does she get her crop in? What about her young son? She talks him and his troops into bringing her crop in. But as he grows to care for her it is OK until he finds out how her husband died and that causes big problems. Can they overcome them? You can't help but think of the history of slavery and that war while reading this. I was given a review copy and voluntarily review it.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    WOW! This was a really good book! It not only was a good story...you also can learn a lot of history from it. I have read a good deal about the Civil War and I still learned things from this book. This book brought up lots of emotions that left you reaching for the tissues but it also made you think about the people of that time and how they managed throughout that chapter in our history. Good and bad on all sides (North, South, slave, slave owner, male & female) and shows that we are all more a WOW! This was a really good book! It not only was a good story...you also can learn a lot of history from it. I have read a good deal about the Civil War and I still learned things from this book. This book brought up lots of emotions that left you reaching for the tissues but it also made you think about the people of that time and how they managed throughout that chapter in our history. Good and bad on all sides (North, South, slave, slave owner, male & female) and shows that we are all more alike than different. Really strong characters and excellent story. This is my first time reading Ms. Shocklee but it definitely won't be my last!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Tiffany

    This is the first book I've read by this author and I thought it was really good. I would consider this a standalone although some things from book one were mentioned. I did not feel lost or confused with anything having not read book one. I will be going back and reading book one when I get a chance though. This story was well written and I loved the characters, Natalie and Levi. I would recommend reading this one. *I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book. This is my honest r This is the first book I've read by this author and I thought it was really good. I would consider this a standalone although some things from book one were mentioned. I did not feel lost or confused with anything having not read book one. I will be going back and reading book one when I get a chance though. This story was well written and I loved the characters, Natalie and Levi. I would recommend reading this one. *I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book. This is my honest review.*

  14. 5 out of 5

    BP34

    This book chronicles the life of Natalie and her struggles to run Rose Hill Plantation after the death of her husband during the civil war. Without slaves to help, picking the cotton crop became very difficult. She begins a relationship with a union soldier who is attracted to her and her young son, but is against slavery, etc. A sweet read that I read as a reader copy and voluntarily chose to write a review.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Georgiann Hennelly

    The Widow of Rose Hill is the story of what happened after the Civil War. When the slaves were declared free. Some left and it shows the hardships the slaves faced and also the hardships of the Plantation owners faced. The Army had to go tell the Plantation owners the slaves were freed. There is also a couple of love stories in the book. I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kety

    A fantastic story with interesting characters and plot. You will love it... I'm looking forward to read another story from this author. I received a free book from publisher and this is my voluntary and honest review A fantastic story with interesting characters and plot. You will love it... I'm looking forward to read another story from this author. I received a free book from publisher and this is my voluntary and honest review

  17. 4 out of 5

    Page-Turners

    Wow, what a great continuation in the series. This book captured me at page one and I couldn’t put it down. I couldn’t wait to find out the end but at the same time I didn’t want it to end. I love Michelle Shocklee’s writing style. Thanks for a fantastic read keep them coming.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Katie Smith

    Stunningly beautiful! I could not put it down! A beautiful story of Forgiveness, Grace & Restoration! Well done Michelle Shocklee! Looking forward to another one of your novels!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Pat

    The story was well written and the characters were so well developed that I was totally enthralled until the very last page! I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Kirby

    What a fabulous read!! Set in the immediate aftermath of the Civil War, this book deals with the realities of southern families and the changes that took place upon the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation - the ugly truth of the impact of freeing of those held in slavery as well as the beauty of that freedom. A marvelous story that follows a widowed plantation owner and the personal sacrifices and adjustments she made to keep her home and to provide for her family and the former slaves wh What a fabulous read!! Set in the immediate aftermath of the Civil War, this book deals with the realities of southern families and the changes that took place upon the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation - the ugly truth of the impact of freeing of those held in slavery as well as the beauty of that freedom. A marvelous story that follows a widowed plantation owner and the personal sacrifices and adjustments she made to keep her home and to provide for her family and the former slaves who chose to stay. The story follows the changing attitudes of many southerners including a certain gentleman as he begins to realize his prejudices were unfounded, recognizing that God not only made all of the human race but loves each and every one of us. Don't be put off by some of the initial attitudes of the characters, which were common at that time. Give the book time to reveal how God works in the hearts of the characters to bring about redemption and true freedom.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    Yes, how inconvenient emancipation must have been for the poor innocent plantation owners. What the actual fuck is wrong with this person.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Heidi Harsch

    Second Great Book in The Series WOMEN OF ROSE HILL Michelle Shocklee has done it again! This second book in the series had me totally engrossed from the first page. The author quite successfully continued the story of the Rose Hill Plantation featuring characters that were mentioned in the first book in the series; THE PLANTER'S DAUGHTER. Ms. Shocklee also did a great job melding factual historical events with fiction. Clearly, she did quite a bit of research and wove these events in through out Second Great Book in The Series WOMEN OF ROSE HILL Michelle Shocklee has done it again! This second book in the series had me totally engrossed from the first page. The author quite successfully continued the story of the Rose Hill Plantation featuring characters that were mentioned in the first book in the series; THE PLANTER'S DAUGHTER. Ms. Shocklee also did a great job melding factual historical events with fiction. Clearly, she did quite a bit of research and wove these events in through out the story. As a huge Civil War enthusiast, I love reading Historical Southern Fiction novels. Many times I see errors in speech, mannerisms & events. Not the case with this book. I'm fact, the author also included facts that greatly affected Texas. I enjoyed learning about events in the early days of this great state. One last bravo to the editor! It seems many times Kindle books in particular have MANY spelling & grammatical errors, not this one! Perfection always around! Than you for having the Lord glorified and praised through out the story! I am looking forward to read more books by this highly talented author.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    A beautifully nuanced, well-researched, and wonderfully-written historical romance exploring the real-life consequences of instant emancipation for both whites and blacks in post-Civil War Texas. Natalie Ellis, a widowed plantation owner receives the bombshell from dashing Colonel Levi Maish, whose soldiers offer to help Natalie run the plantation in exchange for a place to stay. The conflict between Natalie and Levi is quite believable and multifaceted, with both leads experiencing a great deal A beautifully nuanced, well-researched, and wonderfully-written historical romance exploring the real-life consequences of instant emancipation for both whites and blacks in post-Civil War Texas. Natalie Ellis, a widowed plantation owner receives the bombshell from dashing Colonel Levi Maish, whose soldiers offer to help Natalie run the plantation in exchange for a place to stay. The conflict between Natalie and Levi is quite believable and multifaceted, with both leads experiencing a great deal of growth throughout the book. The larger-scale historical issues and complicated relationships between all the characters, both black and white, are similarly believable and very well-written. Will definitely check out more of Michelle’s books!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Honeymoon Reader

    Great book! I enjoyed the story. Very well written. Although i did like the first book, The Planter’s Daughter much more, this one a - as the sequel - was vivid and kept my interest! I enjoyed this book very much! Michelle Shocklee, I know you wrote at the end of the book that all these people helped with the writing and things, but I just have to tell you, you really have a gift in your ability to transport your readers to another time with your writing! I highly recommend your books!

  25. 5 out of 5

    GJ S

    Good clean historical Christian novel This 2nd book in the series was a wonderful ending to slavery. The majority of the people loved and cared and treated them as equals. Of course some were not happy they had freedom but the Lord brought them out of that horror. I 'recommend the book and author Good clean historical Christian novel This 2nd book in the series was a wonderful ending to slavery. The majority of the people loved and cared and treated them as equals. Of course some were not happy they had freedom but the Lord brought them out of that horror. I 'recommend the book and author

  26. 4 out of 5

    Mercedes

    A very interesting story about what it was like for the people from the North and south after the Civil War. in Texas. It wasn't easy for them until they realized they had to think about both sides of the war. A good history and romance book. Voluntarily reviewed. A very interesting story about what it was like for the people from the North and south after the Civil War. in Texas. It wasn't easy for them until they realized they had to think about both sides of the war. A good history and romance book. Voluntarily reviewed.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lynn Campbell

    Wonderful Story Ms. Shocklee did it again! After reading The P!anter's Daughter I wanted to read the second book in the series. I was not disappointed. The characters came alive as well as the history and places. Hopefully there will be a third book in the series. Wonderful Story Ms. Shocklee did it again! After reading The P!anter's Daughter I wanted to read the second book in the series. I was not disappointed. The characters came alive as well as the history and places. Hopefully there will be a third book in the series.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Marjorie Hill

    A great read! Michelle Shocklee once again drew me quickly into the story. During a difficult time of turmoil and trouble following the Civil War, her strong characters show hope and healing are possible. If you like this period in our nation’s history, this is a must read for you.

  29. 4 out of 5

    rob

    Amazing I absolutely enjoyed this series it has truly touch my heart. You felt like you were right there with the characters, what a beautiful ending I can't wait to read more. Amazing I absolutely enjoyed this series it has truly touch my heart. You felt like you were right there with the characters, what a beautiful ending I can't wait to read more.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kit

    Nope. No. Nonononono. The author needs to stop.

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