Book Reviews of Tomorrow the Glory

Tomorrow the Glory
Tomorrow the Glory
Author: Shannon Drake
ISBN-13: 9780786000210
ISBN-10: 078600021X
Publication Date: 1994
Pages: 446
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 18 ratings
Publisher: Pinnacle Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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A historical romance by Heather Graham, writing as Shannon Drake. Kendall is a spirited Southern belle who is driven by a cruel betrayal to risk her life for freedom. Brent is a Confederate agent who loses his heart to Kendall aboard the warship "Jenni-Lyn". But war--or Kendall's scorned husband--may soon tear them apart.
Kendall Moore is a spirited southern belle, driven by a cruel marriage-bed betrayal to risk her life in a dangerous gamble for freedom. Brent McClain, a confederate agent, meets Kendall aboard a warship and loses his heart to her. But war and treachery soon tear them apart. They live only for the promise of tomorrow--and a love that will burn forever in both their hearts.
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Heather Graham writing as Shannon Drake in this Civil War Romance
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If you love the civil war era, you will adore this book! Kendall is a truly headstrong woman who will do what it takes to get away from her evil husband, by happen chance, she meets the sexy roguish boat captain Brent at the beginning of the Civil War when South Carolina secedes from the union....

I am a huge history buff when it comes to the civil war, ultimately this was my reason for picking up the book. I grew up near Vicksburg, MS. I laughed, I cried, I was biting my fingernails. The plot is amazing, a strong willed and quite stubborn southernbelle who does what she has to do to outrun her evil husband. You are constantly up and down with this book. Yes, it is an older novel, but well worth your time. I went through a box of tissues reading this novel. It has a lot of personal struggle and horror. This is not the kind of book you want to read for a quick read, but a book you take the time to enjoy and appreciate. Way to go Heather, another masterpiece!