Tag: American Fiction

  • Holding the Fort

    Holding the Fort

    by Regina Jennings How can you go wrong with a story idea like this?? – A hard-working, widower soldier that needs help with his two wild daughters. – A former dance-hall singer posing as a mennonite teacher hired to teach said daughters. I mean, seriously…what could go wrong? This is such a fun story. Regina […]

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  • A Stolen Heart

    A Stolen Heart

    by Amanda Cabot Ten years after the Civil War, Lydia is a Yankee that’s unknowingly engaged to a married man, traveling South across the country to start completely over and reinventing/finding herself in this beautiful book. I mean, come on! Look at that gorgeous cover!! Tell me you don’t want to pick this one up! […]

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  • The Loyal Heart

    The Loyal Heart

    by Shelley Shepard Gray Shelley Shepard Gray is a fabulous writer. While I am not a big reader of Amish fiction, her books have always won me over. This book, The Loyal Heart, is NOT Amish (which she is known for), but Civil War fiction. While the South struggled to find it’s way after the […]

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