Book Reviews of The Soldier's Lady (Carolina Cousins, Bk 2)

The Soldier's Lady (Carolina Cousins, Bk 2)
The Soldier's Lady - Carolina Cousins, Bk 2
Author: Michael Phillips
ISBN-13: 9780764200427
ISBN-10: 0764200429
Publication Date: 3/1/2006
Pages: 346
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 26 ratings
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed The Soldier's Lady (Carolina Cousins, Bk 2) on + 133 more book reviews
Another good one by Michael Phillips. A continuing account of the lives of ex-slaves and their relationships to one another and previous slave owners. Some of the situations are a little far-fetched, but still entertaining!
reviewed The Soldier's Lady (Carolina Cousins, Bk 2) on + 11 more book reviews
Another excellent book by Michael Phillips! Truly is eye-opening to the thoughtless way the white people treated the black people! I am humiliated to think my ancestors where so cruel & cold-hearted to another equal human being that God has created in His own image!
reviewed The Soldier's Lady (Carolina Cousins, Bk 2) on + 19 more book reviews
This is a great story of the old South. It makes you think about the way things were after the civil war and how many people were still closed minded to change. It also has a love story between two girls who are best friends at a young age. It is the first in a series of 4.
reviewed The Soldier's Lady (Carolina Cousins, Bk 2) on + 37 more book reviews
The Soldier's Lady by Michael Phillips is book two in the Carolina Cousins series, which is itself a sequel to the Shenandoah Sisters series

Micah Duff, the buffalo soldier last seen in A Perilous Proposal, shows up tired and injured at Rosewood, the North Carolina plantation that has became a haven for both blacks and whites. Blacks and whites living and working together in the post-Civil war south may seem far-fetched but the good writing and storytelling make it believable. That's not to say that this group doesn't experience hostility and danger from others. They do. The story starts with an act of evil and then backtracks to fill in the events leading up to it.

This is good wholesome Christian literature and an easy read.