Stormi's Review: Anna and the Conductor by Bess McBride
KINDLE UNLIMITED PUBLISHER: Bess McBride RELEASED: March 25, 2015 GENRE: HISTORICAL ROMANCE LENGTH: 134 pages FORMAT: EBOOK, PAPERBACK
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A mysterious conductor on the Underground Railroad arrives late one night on Anna’s doorway in Iowa to deliver freedom seekers. Although the masked man disappears as quietly as he came, Anna finds she cannot forget him. Nor can the conductor forget her, and when slave catchers pursue Anna and her charges, he returns to rescue them. Love blossoms, but the advent of the American Civil War soon tears them apart. Called upon to spy for the Union Army, the conductor must leave the woman he loves. Can they find each other again in the chaos and destruction of war? Is love truly enough to surmount every obstacle? FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS
Anna and her father are members of the Underground railroad when into their lives comes a conductor that will forever change them. Anna soon finds out the true identity of this mysterious man and a romance like no other occurs. Through danger and the threat of death or imprisonment, these two go on a journey that, no matter what, will never keep them apart for long. I love books about history, and this one was such a fantastic read on a subject that many will not touch. The danger that surrounds the romance of George and Anna makes this story so much better. While helping others, they are making a wonderful life for themselves along the way. Bess did it again with such an amazingly well-written story full of history, romance, and danger. Great and easy read.