Love and Glory by Patricia Hagan
The Coltrane Saga

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Synopsis

The course of true love is running anything but smooth for Travis and Kitty.

The Coltrane Saga, Book 3

Together at last, Kitty Wright and Travis Coltrane are married and rebuilding her North Carolina farm. But despite his love for Kitty and his son, Travis is not one to be content behind a plow. And when President Grant asks him to be a government emissary to Santa Domingo to explore establishing military bases there, Travis cannot resist the lure of adventure.

Kitty is heartbroken but tries to understand. Then an old nemesis shows up—Luke Tate. He has always desired Kitty and abducts her, taking her West. When Travis returns to find Kitty gone, he places his son in the care of a friend, then goes after Tate, only to be told that Kitty is dead.

It is only much later, when he sees Kitty working in a hospital, that he realizes she is not dead, but is suffering from amnesia after a severe beating. She does not know who he is…does not know who she is.

With love, patience, and pure stubbornness, Travis is determined to regain the one thing he can’t live without—Kitty’s love.

This book was originally published in March, 1982 by Avon Books.

Warning: Set in the gritty years after the Civil War, this book is realistic in its portrayal of the hard lives and times of the war’s survivors.

 

About Patricia Hagan

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Hagan has a background in English and Journalism from the University of Alabama. She has won awards for radio, television, newspaper and magazine writing. She divides her time between Boca Raton, Florida and Bergen, Norway.
 
Published February 21, 2012 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 361 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Westerns. Fiction

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