When the Music Changed Author:Marie R. Reno A Love That Was Forged In The Fiery Flames Of War. — The Civil War. It transformed beautiful New Yorker Miranda Chase from a reckless girl into a fiercely determined woman, rebelling against the restrictions placed upon her in a world ruled by men. But even with all her energy devoted to noble causes, she still remained vunerable to the feelings ... more »and passions of men who knew her intimately.
Damon McMasters was the shy yound Union soldier who marched away to war and died with her picture next to his heart.
Her aristocratic cousin, Richard Schuyler, who loved her-after his fashion-became her partner in a marriage of convinence that soon became an icy prison of pretense.
Only daring newspaper correspondent Cort Adams was a lover strong enough to conquer Miranda, but even he is unable to enslave her.
Not since Gone With The Wind has a novel so magnificently captured the very heartbeat of a time, a place, and the courage, of men and women struggling for survival in a world gone mad.« less