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Beyond the Searching River

The War Is Long Over, But The Scars Remain...

Can she learn to love and trust again?

As a child, Libba Ramsey lost her family in the Civil War. Her life since then--orphaned, a charity case--has been hard. Now the kindly Wadley family of central Georgia has invited her to their home in Macon. But how can a young woman still struggling with memories of the war's horrors find a future in a new place? And how can she ever give her heart to a man until she fully resolves her pa[more...]

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Author: Cook, Jacquelyn


Publisher: Bell Bridge Books

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River of Fire

Two men desired Adrianna. Only a river of fire could prove which one deserved her love and trust.

Adrianna, the granddaughter of a prominent Alabama senator, is rich, beautiful, and an exalted member of antebellum society. Yet she longs for an enduring passion. She's attracted to the respectable Foy, yet can't be certain his actions match his righteous talk. His competition, the rakish and elegant Green Bethune, promises a life of adventure in the world far from Alabama's quiet, isola[more...]

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Author: Cook, Jacquelyn


Publisher: Bell Bridge Books

Rivers Rushing to the Sea

Can she balance her ideals with the lure of her heart?

Mignonne Wingate, a beauty in post-Civil War Alabama, intends never to love again. But then she meets the Edgefield brothers at a fashionable resort in Saratoga Springs, New York.

Dashing, wild, Cooper Edgefield is hard to resist, yet also frightening. Kind, quiet Robert Edgefield appeals to her, but she worries that his duty to his ill father overshadows his interest in marriage. As Mignonne moves among the elite socie[more...]

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Author: Cook, Jacquelyn


Publisher: Bell Bridge Books

Sunrise

The true love story behind one of Georgia's most famous antebellum mansions. In the 1850's Anne Tracy, a smart and well-educated young woman from the stifled but elegant world of Macon, Georgia, made a polite marriage with an older, wealthy merchant, William Butler Johnston. The unlikely pairing blossomed into a romantic and devoted marriage. The Johnstons' wide travels through 1850's Europe inspired them to return to Macon and build an incredible Italianate mansion. Anne's privileged life was s[more...]

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Author: Cook, Jacquelyn


Publisher: BelleBooks

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The Gates Of Trevalyan

A classic, historically rich, deeply researched Civil War story filled with both fictional and real people from the plantation era of central Georgia. In the tradition of Eugenia Price.

Idealistic young Jenny Mobley and aristocratic Charles King marry and build a life together, becoming a symbol of the heartache and division brought by the nation's bitter wounds.

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Author: Cook, Jacquelyn


Publisher: BelleBooks

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The Greenwood Legacy

In 1827, newlyweds Lavinia and Thomas Jones moved into a cabin in the vast pine forests of South Georgia and their family grew and prospered. But their faith, love and future were tested by the joys and sorrows of a turbulent era, including the war that nearly destroyed their beloved homeland.

The Greenwood Legacy is a sweeping epic covering three generations of one of the most unforgettable families of the American South.

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Author: Cook, Jacquelyn


Publisher: Bell Bridge Books

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The River Between

The river brought a handsome stranger to her. Would the river also take him away? From her Alabama mansion on the banks of the Chattahoochee River, Lily watches the steamboats pass and dreams of falling in love with the perfect man, giving him her whole mind and spirit. But when the river gives her an irresistible steamboat captain, Lily is torn between him and her pledge to marry the wealthy man her parents have chosen for her. Torn by her love for the mysterious captain, she struggles with dut[more...]

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Author: Cook, Jacquelyn


Publisher: Bell Bridge Books

The Wind Along the River

The River Series continues with THE WIND ALONG THE RIVER, set in historic Eufaula, Alabama, where the dramas of the antebellum South and the Civil War come to life again.

EMMA EDWARDS--Unwed at the old-maid age of almost thirty years, she feels she has reached the lonely evening of her life. Dependent upon the bounty of an uncaring and capricious sister-in-law, she believes that even God has forgotten her . . .

JONATHAN RAMSEY--Confederate naval officer, who, with Emma, i[more...]

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Author: Cook, Jacquelyn


Publisher: BelleBooks