Coffee Time Romance & More




ISBN#: 9781926950556
June 3, 2011
Evernight Publishing
55 Pages
Historical Romance
Rating: 3 Cups

In order to avoid the rumors and chatter surrounding her late husband, Adelaide Warren withdrew from civilization up into the hills of West Virginia. When an impending snow storm strands a traveler on her stoop she must decide whether her isolation is more important than another person’s life.

Nearly frozen by a sudden snow storm, Josiah Hamilton finds his way to a lone cabin. The occupant is a single female surviving on her own, gentle and sweet enough to take in a stranger and nurse him back to health.

In the aftermath of the Civil War, two lonesome people must find their way through their own personal tragedies to find happiness. Can Adelaide trust someone else after learning the truth about her late husband’s activities during the war? Can Josiah extract himself from his own grief over the death of his wife and daughter? Can these two grief stricken individuals find their way to each other in these troubled times?

Vivian Kees opens a small window into the grief-stricken recovery from a costly war and gives readers a classic romance story of old. Adelaide and Josiah’s romance is true to form with a quick to interest, hard to admit attraction that leads to a happily ever after. It has been a long time since I’ve read a classic historical romance story that does not include a lot of today’s graphic details or explicit scenes. This was a sweet romance in an interesting time period.

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