Colette R Harrell
It was 1859, and twelve-year-old Junie Benson was an enslaved genius and vulnerable to the whims of a cruel, unfair world. His elder sister, Sari, was beautiful but flighty and had a recurrent dream about a hazel-eyed stranger - something considered forbidden even by those with the least amount of good sense. Even her dream could get her killed. Their father, John, wants everything for his family, most of all freedom.
In 2023, Hazel-eyed Former Special forces Zachary Trumble is an answer to the
The author asked if I would read and review Later, I agreed; I've read her work before. As I started reading, I was surprised (not a fan of sci fi) that I was enjoying the story so much. It kept me engaged from the start, and I could not stop until I finished. A great story. Shannon Harper
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