One Wore Blue - Heather Graham

One Wore Blue

By Heather Graham

  • Release Date: 1991-06-01
  • Genre: Historical
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 27 Ratings)

Description

Heather Graham’s seductive Civil War trilogy begins with an unlikely Yankee forced to choose between loyalty to the cause and the love of a Southern belle.
 
The privileged daughter of a Virginia plantation owner, Kiernan Miller can’t imagine that her idyllic life will ever change—nor her days in the company of her devastatingly handsome neighbor, Jesse Cameron, a boy who returns her desire, kiss by tempestuous kiss. Then Jesse commits the one sin that Kiernan can never forgive: He abandons his roots for the Union army. Though Kiernan marries another, a part of her will always love the rebel in blue.
 
To follow his conscience, Jesse Cameron must sacrifice his heart. He deserts his hometown, turns against his own brother, and rides away from the woman he loves. But he vows that it will not be forever. Now, bringing the war to Kiernan’s front door, Jesse has returned as the enemy, intent on winning back the widow with emerald eyes and sun-kissed hair—the beauty who has branded him a traitor.
 
Includes a special message from the editor, as well as excerpts from these Loveswept titles: Flirting with Disaster, Taking Shots, and Long Simmering Spring.

Reviews

  • One Wore Blue

    5
    By TessofDorado
    I so enjoyed this story! I spent my spring break not at the beach like so many others, but at Harpers Ferry! I saw the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers... Where the arsenal was destroyed...the firehouse...climbed up to the church...and saw the views from Maryland and Bolivar Heights. I was practically following Kiernan and Jesse around. It felt good to be there again. the story put into place all that I had learned at Harpers Ferry...the smallness of it the museums, John Brown, Virginius Island...I loved it, and this story brought it back to me. Raised in New Jersey, of course I sympathized more with Jesse. The states are what forms this great country!...but I also began to understand Kiernan. The belief in fighting for your home...your way of life, and believing that it could stand alone and need nothing else. I really enjoyed this story, and look forward to the rest of the trilogy. It is well written.

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