Love conquers all in Heather Graham’s Civil War series, as a delicate love—born from the bitter aftermath of war—is destined to bloom on the untamed frontier.
As the dust settles in the South, Christa Cameron emerges from the Confederacy’s bitter defeat bent but not broken, her spirit unvanquished, and her sense of outrage inflamed. To save her family’s plantation, Christa hopes to marry a Yankee officer . . . so she coaxes one into a legal union. But Christa vows not to compromise her pride or her purity—no matter how far her virile new husband carries her from home.
Though she might not think much of him, Colonel Jeremy McCauley has fallen hard for the stunning, stubborn Christa. As the cavalry heads west with the stampeding buffalo, Jeremy insists that she play the part of loyal army wife and join him, intending to build a new world on the ashes of the old. But when Christa is taken hostage by a dangerous Indian tribe, Jeremy must prove the startling depths of his devotion—and fulfill the promise of a love as fierce as the American wilderness.
In this sensual Civil War romance from Heather Graham, the scars of battle are healed by a searing desire that crosses enemy lines.
Callie Michaelson knows all too well the costs of war. Her husband gave his life on the battlefield, fighting for the North. Now Callie’s only defense is to hunker down and hope the war blazes right on past her Maryland farm. But when a dashing Confederate soldier falls on her land, Callie is inexplicably roused to help this desperate, surprisingly vulnerable, and heartbreakingly desirable man.
After suffering the sting of defeat, Colonel Daniel Cameron wants nothing more than to heal his wounds and rejoin his retreating cavalry unit. But the look in the silver-gray eyes of the stunningly beautiful Yankee widow tells him to stay—at least for one night of passion. In Callie’s bed, Daniel forgets all about the horrors he has seen. He also forgets that he is too deep in Union territory to trust any woman. And soon enough Daniel discovers that wounds of the flesh are nothing compared to wounds of the heart.
Heather Graham’s seductive Civil War trilogy begins with an unlikely Yankee forced to choose between loyalty to the cause and the love of a Southern belle.
The privileged daughter of a Virginia plantation owner, Kiernan Miller can’t imagine that her idyllic life will ever change—nor her days in the company of her devastatingly handsome neighbor, Jesse Cameron, a boy who returns her desire, kiss by tempestuous kiss. Then Jesse commits the one sin that Kiernan can never forgive: He abandons his roots for the Union army. Though Kiernan marries another, a part of her will always love the rebel in blue.
To follow his conscience, Jesse Cameron must sacrifice his heart. He deserts his hometown, turns against his own brother, and rides away from the woman he loves. But he vows that it will not be forever. Now, bringing the war to Kiernan’s front door, Jesse has returned as the enemy, intent on winning back the widow with emerald eyes and sun-kissed hair—the beauty who has branded him a traitor.