Kathleen woodiwiss ashes in the wind

When Roberta discovers Cole hails from a wealthy family from Minnesota, Roberta makes a play for Cole while "Al" persists in her enmity for all Yankees though it's getting harder and harder to do in Cole's case. The Civil War is not a romantic period and this book spends more time dealing with the realities of shortages and renderings of medical care and issues varnished , albeit far behind lines, but you get bone saw and various triage arguments. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Also the angle the author chose to tell that part of the book makes up for it. La forza interiore di Alaina mi ha catturato, in ogni momento del libro, dal primo travestimento per fuggire ad un ingiustizia fino alla fine dove lotta tenacemente per la propria famiglia, passando per il difficile periodo nel quale ne lei ne Cole ammettano fino in fondo i propri sentimenti!

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Alain is a strong heroine, facetious and astute. I kind of understand writing how you think they may have sounded, but I'm sure they could speak in sentences and were not unintelligent.

All this in a bodice ripper? I purchased this on Kindle. Okay I guess I am ready to woodiwise my review for this book. I remember the date because I had just come home from the hospital with my first born Michael, who finally tied the knot this month with his partner and has given me two beautiful granddaughters.

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Still the book was fun overall, epic in proportions, the love was equal parts fun and kath,een by highlighting the connection between our leading pair, and the plotting was laced with engaging intrigue. I had very little respect for this man. Cole also offers Al work at the hospital he's stationed at and Al agrees to earn her keep at the Craighugh home.

You hear me, Cortesi! Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I admired her fortitude and definitely had her smart mouth. If you are not a kzthleen of historical romances you may want to pass, but you will be missing a very good story. I believe he said -- ah, yes -- here it is. I feel as though now that I've read my first Woodiwiss novel I can officially label myself a fan of the bodice-ripper genre.

Ashes in the Wind by Kathleen Woodiwiss

It will be simpler if you're bathed here. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Cole finally discovers "Al" 's true identity and grudgingly leaves Alaina. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime.

Ashes in the Wind by Kathleen Woodiwiss

It is a compelling tale of a young Southern woman from Louisiana who loses everything in the Civil War. Alaina MacGaren must flee her home Briar Hill on a plantation in Louisiana after some crooked Union soldiers brand her a spy for sheltering Confederate soldiers and carrying some things for one of them to a Confederate camp.

See 2 questions about Ashes in the Wind…. In the meantime, Alain needed to get Cole sober before her Aunt and Uncle came home. De hecho parecen varios libros en uno.

Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. On the down side, this also attracts DuBonne's attentions. I was on holiday with my family and I was bored, so I thought what the hell. Showing of reviews. Two beings wrapped in the pure bliss of their union, proceeding in eager, uncaring haste, giving all to the other and in return finding everything and more.

Inthere was a civil war between the North and the South. It had lent well to her disguise. I just can't believe he was so blind and stupid he didn't figure out that Al was a actually a girl. She used deception to get the handsome Captain Cole Latimer into marriage.

Alaina's life and home have been torn apart by the war and she is forced into disguising herself as a young boy "Al" to ward off unwanted attention and to work as a spy. Mystery and suspense coincide this burgeoning romance in part two up in Minnesota. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

Additionally, I appreciate her use of varying perspectives within scenes to tell her stories more effectively.

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