Lucinda Matthews' life is perfect. Honey-blond with piercing gray eyes, she is Huntsville, Alabama's most admired debutante, not to mention the twinkle in the eye of her beloved fiancé, Ben Bradley. Then the Civil War invades the South, and Lucinda's life. Ben joins the Confederate forces as enemy troops occupy Lucinda's home. She finds solace in the arms of Yankee Major Seth Russell. But should she love this devilishly attractive man, the antagonist of everything she holds dear? Without his help, her father will probably be carried off to a Northern jail. When Ben returns, Lucinda must finally decide what it is her heart truly wants, and which man she loves: her childhood sweetheart, or her conqueror?
About the author
Kay Cornelius was an English teacher for twenty-five years before starting to write full time. Since writing Love’s Gentle Journey, she has completed nine full-length novels and one novella, as well as three nonfiction children’s books and many articles, essays, and devotions. Cornelius earned a bachelor of arts degree from George Peabody College for Teachers and later received a master of education degree from Alabama A&M University. She continued her studies at Auburn University.
Cornelius enjoys travel and researching folklore and history. She and her husband have two children and four grandchildren.
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