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Prior to the start of the Civil War, Amanda and her mother are driven by abuse from their beloved Mississippi plantation home to an unfamiliar northern Kentucky community. The Rosemont occupants try to keep vivacious Amanda occupied while atrocious wartime movements affect her indirectly. The unsettled confusion quadruples when, after the war, Amanda discovers she’s in love and leaves to travel abroad with blue-blooded “Grandmother Bentley.” “Despite Grandmother’s consoling and Uncle Archie’s reprehensible advice—In an impendin’ storm, ya face it, turn your ship right into it—Scotland will forever possess a portion of my ardent affections. The only thing I am positively sure of at this juncture is that I must return home.” Through Grandmother’s careful attention and a long-desired return visit to Mississippi, Amanda finally discovers her niche in the arms of a loving Heavenly Father who offers her direction…
Publisher: Baltimore : PublishAmerica, LLLP, c2006.
ISBN: 9781424105182
Branch Call Number: F Kauf
Characteristics: 318 p. ; 28 cm.


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