Pioneer Easter, new beginnings.
A week away from Easter, Becky Adams has worries about the future as she and her family prepare to head West in search of freedom from persecution.
English spy Severus Huntington, is torn between his conscience and his duty as the Reign of Terror escalates. Relationships and solitary spy do not mesh. When he is sent to make arrests of traitors to the Republic, he finds himself face-to-face with a young Englishwoman who makes him question his choices.
Catherine Williamson, an Englishwoman stranded by the Revolution, is shocked when a mysterious Frenchman rescues her from certain death. Still in Paris, she learns to trust her rescuer. As she becomes involved in the world of intrigue, she wonders if she will lose the man she’s come to love.
Madison County, TN, July 1865—
Lena Gipson wants to keep her family together. Her father was killed during the War and her mother abandoned her and her younger sisters, leaving them to fend for themselves.
Sam Henderson has returned home from the war, refusing to submit to surrender and yet determined to rebuild his home, his wife is dead and he has their daughter to raise and protect.
When they meet, Sam becomes determined to protect Lena and her sisters from the man who has taken their farm. Lena must learn to trust, Sam struggles to move forward and love again.
In the midst of trying to hold their families together and survive the devastation of war, is love enough to heal the hurts of the past and start new?
For Mary MacCloud the prospect of Christmas brings only reminders of lost family rather than hope and joy. For John Stanford, a Major in the US Army, he has to make a choice, Mary or his career in the military. He knows he can't have both. As they work together to try and provide for the poor of the community, they discover love and a new hope in this first Christmas after the devastation of war.