The Overseer's Daughter: A Historical Interracial Civil War Romance

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In the midst of one war, another starts to rage....
Lily is betrothed to her childhood friend as two sides of her country battle for its own beliefs. Her father Bartholomew, a plantation owner who just needs his crops to come in on time, hasn't known how to tame her spirit since her mother died.

Moses is a slave who serves Bartholomew in the fields from sun up to sun down. Never wanting any trouble, he can't help but shine whenever Lily is near, much to the chagrin of Lily's father.

When her father tries to break him, he breaks free instead...
Caught in the middle of a compromising situation, Moses gets trussed and lashed to break his spirit - and his wandering eye. When push comes to shove there in the horse barn, he'll find the courage to break free of his chains.

But leaving his captivity will also mean leaving Lily under the cover of night with nothing but a note to try to explain.

When the war ends and the country tries to heal, will Lily and Moses find their way back to one another?

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