SHADES OF GRAY, A NOVEL OF THE CIVIL WAR IN VIRGINIA by JESSICA JAMES

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Patriot Press, Gettysburg, PA. Softcover, 524 pp.

They were willing to sacrifice – and to lose – everything but their honor.

Follow a Northern spy and a Confederate cavalry officer across the rolling hills and sweeping battlefields of northern Virginia as they learn that love is more precious than politics… And honor more precious than life.

Arrayed under different flags, Andrea Evans and Captain Alexander Hunter are thrust together by a twist of fate, and, in time, form a bond it seems even war cannot sever. Though enemies, each knows the other is but obeying the impulses of a loyal heart: he, sacredly defending the soil of his birth; she, the solemn convictions for a united country. Yet the fact remains, for one to be victorious, the other must lose all. Ultimately, there is one thing – and one thing only – more precious than the honor she sacrifices to save him.

Readers will discover the fine line between friends and enemies in this an epic love story that captures the emotions and fears of the country as war sweeps the land. Recounting a perspective of the conflict rarely seen, the novel exposes the private side of the men and women who took part in the desperate conflict as they struggle with fulfilling their duty to God and country, while remaining true to their own hearts and minds. Though laced with historical detail, it is less about the clash of armies and arms against enemies, as it is about the clash of loyalty and love with honor and conviction.

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