Redemption Of A Cavalier

The Wild Rose Press

Heat Rating: Sweet
Word Count: 3,404
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Trying to redeem himself for the death of his fiancee's brother, Wesley Cole has put himself in the front lines of every battle he's fought in the Civil War, until hours before his next major battle when he accidentally meets the one woman who's love and forgiveness can offer him peace.

Redemption Of A Cavalier
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Redemption Of A Cavalier

The Wild Rose Press

Heat Rating: Sweet
Word Count: 3,404
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Fallen Angel Reviews
Reviewer:Marlene
..a poignant tale, one of forgiveness and moving on. ...a sweet, touching love story. This story gave me a poignant glimpse into the reality of the time and I enjoyed it very much.

Cocktail Reviews
Reviewer:Singapore Sling
...strong action scenes that balance the moments of tension and romance. ...filled with detail that really anchors this story in its historical setting. ...an upbeat ending that doesn't disregard the horrors of the Civil War.

The Romance Studio
Reviewer:Brenda Talley
No one I have previously read has been able to put the reader in the middle of the war and show extensive action in so few words. I recommend it to anyone...

Long and Short Reviews
Reviewer:Snapdragon
You don't need to be a Civil War buff to enjoy this story... this is a wonderful and heartfelt romance. It is beautifully written and all the action is intriguing.

Two Lips Reviews
Reviewer:Sal
With an economy of words...has proven that a great story comes from the deep emotions of the characters. ...a story that will most assuredly win your heart.

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Abby bit her lip and shook her head. "No, Wes, we'll go together. You don't have to prove anythin' to me."

But he had to prove it to himself. He wasn't a coward!

He stared at her for several heartbeats. He never blamed her for breaking their engagement; he knew she deserved better than him. But this war was so uncertain, their lives all so fragile he wondered if they'd stay safe, if he'd ever see them again--Abby or the boy.

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