South of the Line by Catherine Ennis

cover of the book South of the LineSouth of the Line by Catherine Ennis
Genre: Historical; Romance
Copyright Year: 1989
Published: 1989
Publisher: Naiad Press
Format: Trade Paperback
No. of Pages: 197
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ISBN: 941483290
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From the author of the erotic adventure ‘To the Lightning’. . . A fascinating action-packed tale of love and danger. The time is the Civil War. The place, Union-occupied Nashville. Faith, penniless and homeless, has taken refuge as a governess with her distant cousin, the wealthy, widowed Dominique. It is not long before Faith realizes that her generous and mysterious benefactor is a passionate woman longing for female companionship and love. . . With the war moving ever closer to their plantation, they embark on a perilous journey to family and safety in New Orleans. But when Federal soldiers commandeer their river boat, the women and their two servants are put ashore in a virtual wilderness. With Dominique desperately ill, their journey becomes a battle for survival. They are being stalked by a brutal gang of river pirates commanded by the lethally dangerous Lonnie. . . and Faith must protect her small and defenseless band of castaways with her every wit and instinct, and any weapon she can find. . . Catherine Ennis’s tale of love and survival in the colorful early days of our land will have you on the edge of your chair with its non-stop action, romance, and suspense.
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