Winds of Glory - Harper Monogram Author:Susan Wiggs She was born to wealth and privilege in colonial Newport. He was the handsome stable manager at her family estate, her friend and confidant since childhood. But Bethany Winslow had grown into an exciting beauty, naive enough to tempt Ashton Markham with her innocent passion; romantic enough to believe she could marry beneath her station. — Yet we... more »d they did, as cries for independence were heard in the colonies and only marriage to a British loyalist could save the rebel Ashton from hanging for treason. And as revolution raged, Bethany was thrust into a life of hardship and betrayal -- always suspecting, yet always loving the American patriot who may have destroyed everything she held dear, but who was still the man who claimed her heart.« less
The rungs of society that had always separated Bethany Winslow and Ashton Markham did not prevent them from keeping a loving childhood friendship alive. When a revolution broke out in the colonies, Bethany and Ashton would be drawn much closer through hardship and betrayal.