Sing My Name by Ellen O'Connell

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Sarah Hammond is the overprotected daughter of passionate Massachusetts abolitionists. Matt Slade is the orphaned son of hardscrabble Texas settlers. Sarah knows about every Civil War battle from studying newspaper accounts. Matt fought in the bloodiest of them under Generals Longstreet and Lee. If Matt and Sarah ever crossed paths, it should have been for an unremarkable moment. He would tip his hat. She would nod and pass on by. Except as survivors of a Comanche attack, Matt and Sarah spend far more than a moment together. They come to know each other, depend on each other and love each other. Humiliated by Sarah's love for "Rebel trash," her jilted fiance extracts a revenge so vicious, he boasts that he destroyed the young lovers. Did he? Or when Matt and Sarah meet again years later, can they put their lives and their love back together?

About Ellen O'Connell

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Ellen O'Connell lives in Douglas County, Colorado, where she raised, trained, and showed National Champion Morgan horses for over twenty years as Serendipity Morgans. Although she now concentrates on rally, carting, and drafting competition with her dogs, Ellen still has one Morgan mare, Serendipity B Wichin. Sing My Name is her second western historical romance and follows the popular Eyes of Silver, Eyes of Gold. Her website is
Published November 22, 2010 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 406 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Westerns. Fiction

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Matt and Sarah predictably fall for each other and have sex, and if this were a standard romance, this would be the end of the book.

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