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    Eugenia Price(Author)

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The Florida trilogy continues with an engrossing historical romance based on Margaret Fleming, an indomitable woman raised on a north Florida plantation whose marriage spans such tragedies as the Seminole Wars and the Civil War

From the Seminole uprisings to the Civil War, they fought for their bleoved plantation, their family, and their faith. . .Margaret Seton had loved the handsome young widower long before she become Lewis Fleming's bride. Together they would rebuild Hibernia on the St. Johns River in northern Florida, and fill it to overflowing with laughter and tears of their large, close-knit family. But nothing could have prepared them for the revages of war, the rampaging Seminoles, then the victorious Yankees plundering their cherished South, calling Margaret's husband and sons to battle, and her daughters to frightening new times. And above all, calling upon Margaret herself in this hour of need to become their wellspring of hope and faith. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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  • PDF | Unknown pages
  • Eugenia Price(Author)
  • Bantam; Reprint edition (March 1, 1984)
  • English
  • 3
  • Literature & Fiction

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  • By Cats, Books and Roses on March 1, 2015

    This is a book I love because it is about the area that I live in. I have gone to the site and the chapel is still there along with the cemetery which holds the people in the book. Besides that I love stories on history about places and what went on long ago. I have read this book a few times and of course this is a trilogy so the other two books are very good also. They, of course, are about areas close to where I live.

  • By pattywack on December 28, 2016

    Being a Native of Jacksonville, Fl. I really loved it . I had read the 6 Book Trilogy yearsAgo.. I enjoyed them again, being so familiar with the area. When my mother was reading them, before I did,I took her to Hibernia to St. Margaret's Church and she spent a lot of time in the grave yard, reading the tomb stones.Before I did, I took her to all

  • By Karen Diaz on September 30, 2013

    I was bored to tears for the first half of this book, and could not connect emotionally with the goody-goody characters. I was also disappointed in some of the appallingly bad writing. However, as the story went on, Price seemed to have found her stride. Either the writing got better, or I just got used to -- her over-usage of -- dashes. (It seemed like she had one dash for about every third sentence!)The book started getting better when it got to the Civil War. I did actually get choked up when Lewis died, and later again when Maggie died. I still felt like Margaret was too sickeningly sweet. It was also interesting how the characters couldn't believe that slaveowners were ever cruel to their slaves!If you are interested in a historical novel about mostly passion-less (yet hard-working and loyal) people, this would be the book for you.

  • By Ardith LaShell on April 29, 2017

    Margaret was a little too perfect to be believed. I loved learning about Florida through her eye. Well worth the read!

  • By JMC on October 20, 2013

    If you love Southern Historical fiction this is the book and Author for you. The books are very accurate and you can visit many places that are described in the book. If you love the South and want to learn more about the wonderful people who helped establish Georgia and Florida then Eugenia Price is the Author for you. Ive read each book many times during my lifetime and each time I love them more.

  • By Mountain gal on July 21, 2017

    great set of books love all of her books read them when you can find them they are out of print now

  • By Ketsybo on May 20, 2014

    I have been a huge fan of Eugenia Price for more years than I like to admit. However, that doesn't mean I am a fan of every book she wrote. This story had me in its grip from the moment it began and continued until the last page. Margaret's story was inspirational and poignant. The characters were very human, sometimes frustrating but likeable. I highly recommend this book, especially for those women who are struggling to find their own courage.

  • By Peggy Mosely on June 1, 2017

    One of the best books I have ever read. A hood history of north Florida and a great love story

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