Marion Marshall is the award winning author of eight historical romance novels. Her books span the Old West to the Civil War and beyond, with intricate plots, exciting settings and unforgettable characters you will want to revisit again and again.
Marion is an electronic publishing pioneer and is a member of many writing organizations, including EPPRO, AEPRA, President of River Valley Writers Association, Women Writing The West, and E.P.I.C., of whom she is a founding member. She served two years as E.P.I.C.'S first Treasurer and has coordinated the prestigious Eppie awards for the past four years. Her book Dakota Dawn won the 2002 Eppie Award for Best Historical Romance.
genre: Romance: historical -- American Civil War
Ashley Reynolds had lost everything to General Sherman's army by the summer of 1864. Her young husband was dead, her finances were in ruin, her home had been burned to ashes, and her father-in-law had been murdered in cold blood. If she thought things could not get any worse, she was wrong. By the time she met Major Chase Kendall of the Third Pennsylvania Cavalry, she had learned well to hate the sight of Union blue. Destitute and alone, she had no choice but to accept the handsome major's offer of help. Little did either of them know that their chance meeting that bright autumn morning would lead them into a stormy relationship that neither relished, but were unable to resist.
ISBN: 1-58608-028-8 (electronic)
New Concepts Publishing