Book Reviews of Glory (Florida, Bk 5)

Glory (Florida, Bk 5)
Glory - Florida, Bk 5
Author: Heather Graham
ISBN-13: 9780739400340
ISBN-10: 0739400347
Publication Date: 1/1999
Pages: 366
Rating:
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2 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: Penguin Group
Book Type: Hardcover
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Rebel medic Julian McKenzie is at his wit's end with hunger and sickness running rampant through the ill equipped Confederate army. But a miracle occurs in the form of Rhiannon Tremaine, Branded a white witch because of her healing powers and second sight,the exotic beauty is also a kidnaps Rhiannon-and falls under the spell of a woman whose passion and courage will blur the battle lines of the Civil War- and tear his heart apart....
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Book 5 of Graham's Florida Civil War series. Should not be confused with the One Wore Blue, One Wore Gray, One Rode West series. Same war...different family. Better understood when one reads the series in order: 1) Runaway, 2) Captive, 3) Rebel, 4) Surrender, 5) Glory, and 6) Triumph.
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This is a very good book in Heather Graham's Florida series
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One of the Civil War series. They were all great!
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GLORY is the fifth in a fast moving six-book series set in Florida between 1837 and the end of the Civil War. Florida Territory was exotic, beautiful, untamed and dangerous, as are members of the McKenzie family.
Julian McKenzie, U. S. Army surgeon, commandeers shelter for wounded soldiers in a deserted-looking house. War widow Rhiannon Tremaine, known as the local witch, owns the house.
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Rebel medic Julian McKenzie is at his wit's end with hunger and sickness running rampant through the ill-equipped Confederate army. But a miracle occurs - in the form of Rhiannon Tremaine. Branded a white witch because of her healing powers and second sight, the exotic beauty is also a Union sympathizer. In desperate need of her skills, Julian kidnaps Rhiannon and falls under the spell of a woman whose passion and courage nwill blur the battle lines of the Civil War and tear his heart apart.
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I really enjoyed the book. The recommend it to anyone who likes historical romances.