In 1861 Charleston, Clara is an abolitionist, unbeknownst to her father, who is heavily involved with the Confederacy. She attempts to assist an enslaved woman reunite with her daughter, and a dashing Union spy is just the person to help them. But things go very wrong when Clara agrees to aid the Northern cause by ferrying information about her father's associates--and her own fiancé.
Faced with the unknown, both women across the years will have to dig deep to let their courage bloom.
Author: Ashley Clark
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers
Binding Type: Paperback
Size: 8.40h x 5.50w x 1.00d
Booklist 11/01/2021 pg. 34
Library Journal 12/01/2021 pg. 78
Publishers Weekly 12/13/2021
About the Author
Ashley Clark writes romantic women's fiction set in the South. With a master's degree in creative writing, Ashley teaches literature and writing courses at the University of West Florida. Ashley has been an active member of American Christian Fiction Writers for almost a decade. She lives with her husband, son, and a rescued Cocker Spaniel off Florida's Gulf Coast. When she's not writing, she's rescuing stray animals, dreaming of Charleston, and drinking all the English breakfast tea she can get her hands on. Find her online at www.ashleyclarkbooks.com.