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36 review for Authentic Storm: An American Civil War Novel (Hearts Touched By Fire Book 5)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Pam

    Authentic Storm: An American Civil War Novel: Hearts Touched by Fire Book 5 is by Gina Danna. This is the last in the Hearts Touched by Fire series. This series is very good and depended on a great deal of research to get the background to be real. Giving second chances and following your heart have been themes in each of the previous novels and definitely is in this one. Pierre Fontaine had an illegitimate daughter, Jacquita, whose mother was a slave. Pierre loved her but didn’t give her freed Authentic Storm: An American Civil War Novel: Hearts Touched by Fire Book 5 is by Gina Danna. This is the last in the Hearts Touched by Fire series. This series is very good and depended on a great deal of research to get the background to be real. Giving second chances and following your heart have been themes in each of the previous novels and definitely is in this one. Pierre Fontaine had an illegitimate daughter, Jacquita, whose mother was a slave. Pierre loved her but didn’t give her freedom until she was on her death bed. He had raised Jacquita in the home in the same manner as he had done with children by his white wife. When they had gone North to Jack’s graduation from the US academy at West Point, she convinced him to leave Jacquita in New York. He did but not without leaving her money and a place to stay. So naïve, young Jacquita set out to treat New York as she did home. Jacquita meets members of the Abolition movement who are hoping she will join them and with her money be able to financially help them. However, Jacquita sees that they just want to be seen freeing the slaves but don’t want them living near them. Through them, she does meet Lawyer Thomas C. McHenry III who helps her acclimate to life in New York. Does he teach her too much or too little? This is a good book but it makes one feel like you are right there experiencing the world of the Civil War with them.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    I really enjoyed your story.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sue Henson

    Good reading! Tells a lot about the era of the Civil War and how it affected some people at that time. Good reading and a true to life romance.

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