Love and War by Patricia Hagan
(The Coltrane Saga)

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A tale of sizzling passion in a world consumed by the Civil War.

Beautiful and spirited Southerner Kitty Wright is torn between Rebel Nathan Collins and Yankee Travis Coltrane, the dashing Cavalry officer who can melt her heart with desire while sending fury coursing through her veins.

As war erupts, Kitty is abducted and ravished by a war-crazed Rebel. Rescued by Yankees, she is held captive and thrust into the battlefields to help tend the wounded. But from the first moment Travis Coltrane ignites—and satiates—the wild, raw desire in her that she never knew existed, she realizes her heart is imprisoned as well as her body.

Hating Travis for his Yankee loyalty, while loving him despite their different worlds, Kitty struggles with her guilt over Nathan, the Rebel to whom she is promised…all while struggling to survive as the world explodes around them all.

Warning: This sweeping Civil War saga features accurate and graphic descriptions of battlefield wounds, nursing, and the brutality of war.


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 December 13, 2011 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 544 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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