Place of Peace

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Genny Romayne is determined not to marry the man her father has chosen for her.Her pursuit of independence leads her to a man she will come to love and hate, and sets them both on a quest for truth that may cost them their lives...This novel journeys through one of the most perilous times in the post-Civil War South, and tells of a love between two people that-try as they might-neither can resist. More

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About Debra B. Diaz

Debra B. Diaz is the author of the "Woman of Sin" Trilogy, and she has written several novels in the historical and romantic suspense genres. She is retired and enjoys spending time with her family, doing research on Biblical topics, and writing books. Her goal as a writer is to not only entertain, but to challenge and inspire!

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ewilly reviewed on Jan. 10, 2020

A nicely done romance and well-done history, very entertaining.
(reviewed 12 days after purchase)
Sitt Elhosn reviewed on Feb. 9, 2013

I didn't like the beginning of the story very much, but there is some truth in one's saying never to judge a workpiece beforehand by having read just a few pages. The story evolved into a really nice romantic story that I enjoyed reading from half the book on. It is based on an American novel held between at time of the post civil war in the south between Knoxville, Nashville and Memphis. Virginia Genny Romayne leaves her home-escaping from a marriage her father has chosen but she herself doesn't want to go through. In the note she left her parents writing she married another man and left with him. Arriving in Nashville she puts her status as a widow, so no one will ask any further questions. She gets employed as a secretary and nurse for the doctor in town, after a while both fall in love and marry. As in all relationships misunderstandings of crucial moments in life makes it painful for those who don't speak about it in a common sense and just try to punish others and getting punished themselves for this, is no solution. Got interested, I did. A little drama is always entertaining and it's worth the reading just to see how the story turns.
(reviewed 12 months after purchase)
Avid Reader reviewed on Nov. 15, 2010

Many people have forgotten or overlooked the unseen enemy that came after the advent of the Civil War because "it" wasn't a nationwide crisis. Although I enjoyed the chapters leading up to the main action, I was riveted by the ungodly sights, sounds and smells that came from your telling of this horrific period in the history of Memphis, Tennessee. Having verified for myself some of the factual information included in your novel, I really appreciate the way you wove the historical facts around your characters. It made me want to read more about this event/time period, which I have begun doing through links on your website. Good luck with your writing!
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)

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