Miss Shannon Adair is a true daughter of the South in the middle of the Civil War. A bit on the spoiled side and a lot on the stubborn side, she finds purpose in nursing wounded soldiers in her home state of Virginia. That is until her father, a minister, is hired for a church in Grand Coeur, Idaho, a world away from Virginia and the war. Shannon is not pleased, to say the least.
Shannon ends up nursing a terminal woman who lost her husband while he was fighting for the Union. A staunch Confederate, Shannon thinks it will be impossible to befriend this woman and her family. Matters are complicated when the dying woman decides Shannon is the best person to marry her brother, whom Shannon despises.
This story is a very good story with the usual romantic misunderstandings between the two main characters. And while you have a good idea of how things are going to work out in the end, the journey getting there is enjoyable and worthwhile.Click here or the title above for information about this book!
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