Book Reviews of From This Day Onward

From This Day Onward
From This Day Onward
Author: Elizabeth Kary
ISBN-13: 9780515098679
ISBN-10: 0515098671
Publication Date: 1/1/1989
Pages: 388
Rating:
  • Currently 4.8/5 Stars.
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4.8 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Jove
Book Type: Paperback
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While the War Between the States consumed out nation in flames of bitter opposition...a single, fateful moment brought two strangers, two enemies, together on a northbound train...

Jillian Walsh, a beautiful Yankee widow, never expected to find herself at the mercy of a Confederate soldier-an escaped prisoner of war. But now, she dared to risk her life for his freedom.

Ryder Bingham was as handsome as he was dangerous. Though he captured Jillian's heart, his need to avenge his brother's death swept both their lives into a reckless turmoil.



Rich and compelling, it is the unforgettable story of two unique destineies, eternally bound
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A romance set during the Civil War. Since Amazon didn't post an editorial review, here's the description from the back of the book to help you decide if this book is for you: "While the War Between The States consumed our nation in flames of bitter opposition ... a single, fateful moment brought two strangers, two enemies, together on a northbound train ... JILLIAN WALSH, a beautiful Yankee widow, never expected to find herself at the mercy of a Confederate soldier -- an escapted prisoner of war. But now, she dared to risk her life for his freedom. RYDER BINGHAM was a handsome as he was dangerous. Though he captured Jillian's heart, his need to avenge his brother's death swept both their lives into a reckless turmoil. Bestselling author Elizabeth Kary presents her most stunning achievement -- a vast American tapestry of love and war, filled with the colorful events and courageous men and women who changed the course of history. Rich and compelling, it is the unforgettable story of two unique destinies, eternally bound ..."