Above and Beyond
A Novel of Love and Redemption During the American Civil WareBook - 2013
From the winner of the coveted John Esten Cooke Award for Southern Fiction comes a sweeping tale of love and redemption. Above and Beyond is the romantic tale of two people thrown together by war and torn apart by Destiny. Confederate spy Sarah Duvall lives alone and reviled in her war-torn homeland of Virginia. Pretending to support the Union cause, her friends and family have no way of knowing she is secretly providing valuable information to the Rebels. Cavalry commander Douglas Benton would much rather flirt with a woman than work with one. When he discovers that the virtuous and devout Sarah Duvall is the spy who has been providing him with valuable intelligence, he fervently resists the arrangement. But Benton is forced to recognize that there is more to being a good soldier than leading a cavalry charge. When Sarah makes a selfless sacrifice, he learns a valuable lesson: That faith is more important than glory -- and love more important than life. "Jessica James has a gift for reaching into the past and bringing it back to life." - Tiffany Kohler. "Another great story with lots of imagery, intrigue, and intricate details. The words are like magic." - Julia Miller
Publisher: Gettysburg, PA : Patriot Press, 2013.
Characteristics: data file 1 online resource (203 pages)