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Rebel (Florida Civil War) Front Cover Missing by Heather Graham , 0451406893 , SKU 22
the book in good condition only front cover missing.
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The wife of a Civil War major leads a double life. By day she is a loving supportive wife, at night she is an impassioned spy. Her life gets even more complicated when her husband is the one assigned to catch the traitor in their midsts.
Height: 6.8 in.
Width: 4.5 in.
Thickness: 1.2 in.
Weight: 7.2 oz.
A brilliant writer of fiery and breathtaking romance, bestselling author Heather Graham proves time and time again why she is one of America's favorite romance novelists. "Rebel" is a thrilling tale of a Civil War Major assigned to capture a dangerous spy known only as the Moccasin--a deadly, beautiful, passionate woman who is none other than his own wife.
As the Civil War turns brother against brother, Ian is ordered to capture the South's most notorious spy, the Moccasin. She is beautiful, deadly. And she is his wife. Duty demands she hand, yet Ian's heart demands another choice . . a magnificent rebellious love that can destroy or save them both.
Against the backdrop of 19th-century Florida, Graham continues her McKenzie-family saga (Captive), this time during the Civil War. Graham, who has been reproducing the same successful sensuous romance with the same sensuous couple, give or take a little Seminole blood and some variation in hair coloring, happily gives her fans what they seem to want: the tempestuous relationship of a sexually experienced but highly principled hero who marries a spirited virgin against her will and beds her until she learns to like it which usually doesn't take too long. Modern readers might confuse this with marital rape if Graham did not wield such a deftly sexy and convincing pen. There's some easy-to-digest Civil War history. She's a Southern spy named Alaina McMann, aka the Moccasin; he is Union major Ian McKenzie, aka the Panther, as in "She broke off with a shriek, for she found herself lifted and thrown down on her bed. Before she could draw breath, he had pounced upon her like a jungle cat." Well, it beats the battle of Fort Sumter. (Mar.)