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Webb City Public Library New LP Fic Cooper, Elaine (Text) 38262300007170 Adult Fiction Checked out 02/15/2022

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Regular print version previously published by: Scrivenings Press.
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"In 1778 Rhode Island, the American Revolution rallies the Patriots to fight for freedom. But the slavery of black men and women from Africa, bartered for rum, is a travesty that many in America cannot ignore. The seeds of abolition are planted even as the laws allowing slavery in the North still exist. Lydia Saunders, the daughter of a slave-ship owner, grew up with the horror of slavery. It became more of a nightmare when, at a young age, she was confronted with the truth about her father's occupation. She is burdened with the guilt of her family's sin as she struggles to make a difference in whatever way she can. When she loses her husband in the battle for freedom from England, she makes a difficult decision that will change her life forever. Sergeant Micah Hughes is too dedicated to serving the fledgling country of America to consider falling in love. When he carries the tragic news to Lydia Saunders about her husband's death, he is appalled by his attraction to the young widow. Micah wrestles with his feelings for Lydia while he focuses on helping the cause of freedom. He trains a group of former slaves to become capable soldiers on the battlefield. Tensions both on the battlefield and on the homefront bring hardship and turmoil. When Lydia and Micah are faced with saving the life of a black infant in danger, can they survive this turning point in their lives?"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: Slave trade > Fiction.
Man-woman relationships > Fiction.
Large type books.
United States > History > Revolution, 1775-1783 > Fiction.
Genre: Historical fiction.
Romance fiction.

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