A seductive tale of love, treachery and betrayal in the late 1800’s in the Old South. Hard headed, reckless, Angel with long blonde hair, Justeen, born into a life of privilege at Briar Manor in Savannah, Georgia, runs away at sixteen with her slave, Ruby, when the wicked stepmother blames Justeen for her father’s death. Joining an itinerant charismatic preacher and his family, they meet a dangerously handsome plantation owner in Jacksonville, Florida. Torn between two loves, an explosive expose at the lighthouse in sultry Florida decides Justeen’s fate.
Author of historical fiction books for young adults, Anne is a fifth generation Floridian, and has lived all over the world with AF Fighter pilot husband, Otis. She was awarded the Jefferson Davis Historical Gold Medal from the Florida United Daughters of the Confederacy, and was the recipient of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution medal in recognition of outstanding achievement in historical preservation. Anne is also an award winning poet and essayist.
ISBN: 9780983075844 Paperback,270 pages, 5 3/8 X 7 1/2