Under the Southern Moon
Raised on a gentle Virginia plantation in ease and affluence, Carrie Cromwell's world changes forever when Fort Sumter falls and passions ignite the Civil War. Caught between loyalty to her family, a budding love for Robert Borden, and compassion for her closest friend, a slave girl named Rose, Carrie questions everything she ever believed in.
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