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|1. Among The Fair Magnolias - Ch. 1||Various||N/A||Album Only|
Unabridged MP3-CD; approximately 10 hours 47 minutes; 1 MP3-CD; performed by Melba Sibrel and Devon O'Day.
Vendor: Thomas Nelson on Brilliance Audio
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 6.75 X 5.25 X 0.50 (inches)|
#1: Chasing the Sun: Land of the Lone Star Book One Unabridged Audiobook on CD - Value Priced EditionTracie Peterson, Renee RaudmanBrilliance Audio Classic Collection / 2013 / Compact disc$7.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Four Southern women stand at a turning point in history…and in their own hearts.
To Mend a Dream by Tamera Alexander
The Civil War cost Savannah Darby everything—her family and her home. When Aidan Bedford, an attorney from Boston and a former Union soldier, buys the Darby Farm, Savannah is assigned to redecorate. But the clock is ticking. Can she find the treasure her father hid there during the war before her job is finished?
An Outlaw's Heart by Shelley Gray
When Russell Stark returns to Fort Worth, he's determined to begin a new life. But when he arrives at his mother's homestead, he discovers she's very ill, and the woman he loved is still as beautiful and sweet as he remembered. With time running out, Russell must come to terms with both his future and his past.
A Heart So True by Dorothy Love
Abigail knows all too well what is expected of her: to marry her distant cousin Charles and take her place in society. But her heart belongs to another. A terrible incident forces Abby to choose between love and duty.
Love Beyond Limits by Elizabeth Musser
Emily has a secret: She's in love with one of the freedmen on her family's plantation. Meanwhile, another man declares his love for her. Emily realizes some things are not as they seem and secrets must be kept in order to keep those she loves safe.
Join four bestselling authors as they invite you to step back with them into the 19th century, into a time in our nation's history when women were beginning to ask not only "What if?" but "Why not?"