Lieutenant Edward Rigby could not deny the echo of his best friend's life as he traveled to Washington D.C. Others would consider his arrival a long delayed homecoming, but home is an illusion to him. The haze of events from the telegram bringing him to his friend's deathbed in 1869 seemed surreal. He could still see Hallie kneeling in the snow beside his friend's grave. It was now 1874 and time to move forward. Reconciling with his sister is his first priority. Then, there are promises to keep. Hallie Price Hawkins still felt and heard James everywhere. She was so proud of the achievements of the women taking refuge in the shelter of Hallie's House. James named the home for her as she was once a woman without many choices and because of her accomplishments. However, becoming his wife was the most unexpected and treasured. Losing him still devastated her heart. She was close to keeping all the final promises she made to him. Finishing the official nursing program in Boston would fulfill all but the last promise. Lana Lynne reunites readers with beloved characters from her first two novels (Home Always Beckons: A New Sunrise) (Trails of Change: A New Sunset) and introduces an array of intricate new ones in the completion of her post-Civil War trilogy. This novel is a true tapestry of lives joined by the common thread of the life of James Hawkins woven throughout each.Mrs. Evans instantly awoke, grabbed a wrap, and lit a lamp to return to their room. ... Everything slowed as her brain registered the train pulling into the depot, steam billowing from the locomotive engine behind the stocky form of their dearanbsp;...
|Title||:||Sunbeams at Twilight|
|Publisher||:||Venture Galleries, LLC - 2014-08-05|