My rating: 4 of 5 stars
During the clash between Union and Confederacy, quiet Tennessean Pearl MacFarlane is compelled to nurse both Rebel and Yankee wounded who seek refuge at her family’s farm. She is determined to remain unmoved by the Yankee cause—until she faces the silent struggle of Union soldier Joshua Wheeler, a recent amputee. The MacFarlane family fits no stereotype Joshua believed in; still he is desperate to regain his footing—as a soldier, as a man, as a Christian—in the aftermath of his debilitating injury. He will use his time behind enemy lines to gather useful intelligence for the Union—if the courageous Rebel woman will stay out of the line of danger.
The Rebel Bride is another good installment from the Daughters of the Mayflower series. I enjoyed this Civil War era story. It was interesting to see how the author was able to bring real people from the past to life. It had to be quite a hard decision for Pearl to decide what was right. Such a wonderful tale of faith and inspiration.
I enjoyed The Rebel Bride and would give it four stars. I look forward to see where the next book from the Daughters of the Mayflower goes into history next.
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