GLORY is the last in a fast moving six-book series set in Florida between 1837 and the end of the Civil War. Florida Territory was exotic, beautiful, untamed and dangerous, as are members of the McKenzie family.
Implusive Tia McKenzie is a nurse guiding wounded troops to safety. When U. S. Army scout Colonel Douglas finds her at the river, bathing, she runs away clad only in her long hair. She becomes a legendary spy, Godiva, said to lure whole troops of U. S. soldiers in wrong directions.
Pitted inthe Civil War, can a Yankee and a Rebel find and sustain love.....
Tia McKenzie was a guiding angel to injured Rebel soldiers. She helped them escape from the Yankee camps to find the safety of their own troops. But her work hasn't gone unnoticed.Union soldier Taylor Douglas has been watching-and he is as struck by her courage as he is by her beauty. Though Tia would never willingly marry a Yankee,her passionate nature and Taylor's powerful desire for her put them in a compromising position. But after the wedding Taylor realizes it's not Tia who is trapped.He is the prisoner of war,caught between Northern patriotism and the Southern belle who holds his heart...
Last in the Florida Civil War series. Excellent entry to the series, quite possibly my favorite
Part of a series. I think it could stand alone, though. She does a great job of explaining any back story.
Last book of six in Graham's Florida Civil War series. Don't confuse it with her One Wore Blue, One Wore Gray, One Rode West series. Same war but this series is about a different family. Better understood when one reads the series in order: 1) Runaway, 2) Captive, 3) Rebel, 4) Surrender, 5) Glory, and 6) Triumph.