After the fires of the war, love was the final surrender. How Ambrosia Lanford hated the Yankee invaders. They had destroyed everything she'd known and loved. For Ambrosia the war would never be over. But is Major Drayton Rambert - a commander in the Union Army - different? While the nation stands divided, Ambrosia and Drayton launch their own personal war. But love battles hate in their hearts, and sooner or later they must come to realize that one of them will undoubtedly surrender in the arms of the other.
The sounds of war echoed throughout the colonies, and the tempestuous love of Juliet Hampton and Alec Farrell raged with a passion that defied destruction. Even as Alec gave his heart to the Revolution, he was tormented by his longing for the beautiful daughter of a British loyalist. And Juliet endured her father's wrath, cruel betrayal, and searing jealousyas she valiantly clung to her dream of the day she and Alec would at last quench the smoldering flames of desire with the glorious union of their love.
Chastity Morrow's fragile beauty was as dazzling as the western landscape. Her eyes mirrored the brilliant blue of the cloudless sky; her hair shone with the gold of the sun and the silver of the moon. The men of Virginia City, Nevada, from miner to gold-rush millionaire, all scrambled for just a smile from the lovely Chastity Morrow. No one was closer to Chastity than her father's handsome business manager, Jonathon Stoneworth. He knew she could be cold and thoughtless, a child scarred by painful memories. He disdained the defiant girl who taunted him; he was captivated by the desirable, vulnerable woman.