Beneath the Honeysuckle Vine

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Distractions Ink, Jan 1, 2009 - Fiction - 304 pages
19 Reviews
Civil War-no one could flee from the nightmare of battle and the countless lives it devoured. Everyone had sacrificed-suffered profound misery and unimaginable loss. Vivianna Bartholomew was no exception. The war had torn her from her home-orphaned her. The merciless war seemed to take everything-even the man she loved. Still, Vivianna yet knew gratitude-for a kind friend had taken her in upon the death of her parents. Thus, she was cared for-even loved. Yet, as General Lee surrendered signaling the war's imminent end-as Vivianna remained with the remnants of the Turner family-her soul clung to the letters written by her lost soldier-to his memory written in her heart. Could a woman ever heal from the loss of such a love? Could a woman's heart forget that it may find another? Vivianna Bartholomew thought not. Still, it is often in the world that miracles occur-that love endures even after hope has been abandoned. Thus, one balmy Alabama morning-as two ragged soldiers wound the road toward the Turner house-Vivianna began to know-to know that miracles do exist-that love is never truly lost.

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User Review  - Beth - Goodreads

This is the first Marcia Lynn McClure book I've read. The story started out too slow. I almost gave it up in the middle but managed to finish it. The ending chapters redeemed the book overall for me ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jennifer - Goodreads

Another great book! At first Vivianna Bartholomew seems a little fickle but I can see where she's coming from. I love waiting to see how things worked out in the end. Read full review

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