A grief-stricken Confederate widow. A Union surgeon plagued by guilt. What possible set of circumstances would bring them to a meeting of the minds? Can there be a happily-ever-after for Ella Ruth and Alex during Reconstruction? Mended by Moonlight is best enjoyed if read after the Owen Family Saga novel, Gone for a Soldier.
Ned Heizer has fixed a big mistake in his life and now is going after the girl he wants to marry. She's a Mississippi Mormon traveling by wagon to the Great Salt Lake Valley. He's a Virginian who fought for the North. Is his hope of happiness worth taking on huge obstacles? *Mormon religious beliefs are a large part of this story*
Rida Owen didn't know her husband would be a womanizing wife-beater, and hides the situation from her in-laws. Then a former neighbor visits and reveals his own secret. A Shenandoah Neighbors story that illuminates a dark corner of the Owen Family universe while offering hope.
Isabelle Gilbert chafes against the restrictions that Victorian life puts on a young lady. An unwanted betrothal, inattentive parents, and long-hidden family secrets her mother reveals add to her unsettled state of mind. This Shenandoah Neighbors story ties in to Marsha Ward's popular Owen Family Saga series of novels.