Sunday, March 2, 2014

Sullivan's Way by Wilhelmina Stolen

"A wonderful tale of post-Civil War romance and drama, complete with feisty heroine and tortured hero! Like its heroine, Sullivan's Way is a wonderfully different, wonderfully enjoyable romance with all the action passion, and drama you can pack into one romance. An excellent use of interesting American history, and characters who will stay with you long after the last page." Author Grace Burrowes

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A single day shattered her life and set in motion, events that would change the Sullivan family for generations. 

Marnie Joe Sullivan had the perfect life as the daughter of a wealthy Virginia businessman, but perfection wouldn't last. As the War Between the States ends, she is struggling to keep her family together. After a botched robbery, fleeing rebels leave her mother dead and Marnie at the mercy of a killer. The year is 1867 and Virginia is still home to Confederate conspirators and a killer that must be stopped. Loyalty and love run deep in the Sullivan family and Marnie is no exception. As the eldest Sullivan, she feels obligated to rescue her father from the hangman’s noose. But a jailbreak at midnight lands her in the arms of Marshal Mason Kane. 

Death is never fair. Mason Kane is proof of that. The horror of war and the death of his brother made him a drunk. Consumed by guilt and grief, he finds himself occupying Richmond saloons and starting fights. But a forgotten promise to his brother forces him to put down the bottle and accept a friend’s plea for help. Mason has no idea that the scrawny, mud covered boy he just hit is Sullivan’s daughter and he has no idea just how tempting she is until he tries to mend her wounds. Bound by honor and promise, Mason sets out to find a killer. What he finds is the outlaw Marnie Sullivan. A woman he can’t live without and secrets that lie in the way. 

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