The Shop Of Dreams dYour heart I recently finished both *books and I remember thinking to myself I really like to know about herhim Finley *and I remember thinking to myself I really like to know about herhim Finley have read my mind and just in time too As I approached the last page of have read my mind and just in time too As I approached the last page of GUARDIAN OF THE SLAVES I was sad to say goodbye to Livingston Plantation Willow Whitney Mammy and especially Jimmy Book Three A
"WHISPER OF WAR Isn "OF WAR isn ue to release until next year or so That s a long time to suffer without characters that feel like friends Until then Each novella provides the reader with a Aubrey Vol 4 deeper understanding of individual roles in an outstanding series Taking place in pre Civil War South Carolina slavery is a way of life in the south However there are those that knoweep in their soul that slavery is cruel and must be abolished Finley gives each character an important role and in oing so gives voice to slaves and the injustices placed upon them Ruby s story may be a fictional account but it speaks volumes about family life as a slave Ruth s journey to freedom is once by boat and at long last through love. A love that can never be will Ruby be able to put the uestions of her past to restReading Order for Series NovelsA Slave of the Shadows Book OneA Guardian of Slaves Book TwoNovellas The Black Knight’s Tune Novella OneThe Master of Ships Novella TwoThe Promise Between Us Novella ThreeThe Fair Magnolia Novella Four NovelA Whisper of War Book Three Coming SoonNovels can be read alone or with the novella series Novellas should be read following suggested reading order of the novel.
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Uick short story I look forward to reading other books by "this author Great readWonderfully told story from the heart the importance of family whether by blood or not everyone needs someone " author Great readWonderfully told story from the heart the importance of family whether by blood or not everyone needs someone share their life with Beautiful heartwrenching story5 stars and AAA for such a well written story thru the eyes of a freewoman Just beautiful LOVED IT Family s ReunionThis book was refreshing Despite their *separation father and aughters Years later thousands of miles a part celebratory loved exist Hard earned freedom stillRuby is a *father and aughters Years later thousands of miles a part celebratory loved exist Hard earned freedom stillRuby is a and a restoration of a family history that seemed Songs And Stories dead to one and alive only in vaguereams and visions to the other But the ead can be resurrected and visions made clear Love abounds all over the place Short and SweetThis story ties up loose ends for Ruby if you ever wondered about her life It flows uite nicely and can be read on a Saturday morning I found the overall story to be absolutely sweet and precious in the end ExcellentOf you
Like Reading Of Thereading of the South you ll love RUBY STEWART is a slave living under the false pretenses of a freed black woman in New York in 1853 She abides in turmoil longing to know where she came from This unrest has caused her to be plagued by reams and visions of a man she calls the Black Knight and a woman with haunting green eyes Ruby's only recollection of her past is the name Mag until she receives a letter from friend Willow Hendricks in the South escribing a slave girl that passed through her family’s plantati. His one Be sure to read A Slave of the Shadows and Guardian of Slaves the full length novels that precede this novella You ll love them too Loved reading Ruby s storyThis book should be read after you read the first book in the series This book concentrated on Ruby who was introduced in the book series and is about her life in the North with adoptive white parents and tells how she came to find out about her father and ended up meeting him A very
"good short read novella CaptivatingThis was such a greatly written novella It "short read novella CaptivatingThis was such a greatly written novella It to the unjust of the South uring this time period but also enriches our
Knowledge That There Were Sothat there were so willing to help each other at such a high cost My favorite line in the book I pray e Lard never allows you to *see folkses in colors as true then as *folkses in colors As true then as is today Can t wait to read your other writings MagnoliaIf you ve had the pleasure of reading Finley s first two books in A SHADOW OF THE SLAVES series you will certainly enjoy the short novellas that ig eeper into characters that steal. On over twenty years ago Does Ruby are hope this slave child might be her Meanwhile her job as a journalist at the Manhattan Observer––a penny newspaper––has Ruby fighting feelings for boss and friend Kipling Reed She struggles with the impossibility of a relationship between a woman of color and a white man But her skin color isn’t the only hindrance standing in the way of this romance The unavailable Willow Hendricks has won the eye of Kipling Torn by her feelings of.