1776: Amidst the beauty of South Carolina's
Tidewater stood the plantation Stone Hill-last
bastion of British loyalty, pride of the powerful Tory
leader Robert Prentice. But beneath Stone Hill's serene
splendor grew the secret and tangled passions that were
to divide the Prentice family one from another, even as the tides of revolution would divide a nation.
This is a great story of Lady Jane of England who is orphaned and sent to America to live with her uncle during the American Revolution and meets the love of her life. A more detailed account of Lady Jane than the other book by William Lavendar, titled "Just Jane". Both good reading.