Just Kin

a Historical Christian Texas Romance Novel

Book Six

Set in 1861-1865.

Love covers a multitude of sin.

A stolen kiss ignites a fire that burns all the way from Texas to New York City. Torn apart by war, rejection, and a letter with news she never wanted, Lacey Rose takes her shredded heart and runs. Charley figures something isn’t right, but is duty-bound to the Confederacy until a deathbed order sets in motion a series of events that test his love, honor, and commitment to the breaking point. Can they place their fate in God’s hands and follow His plan back into each other’s arms?

What have others said:

A few 5-Star Reviews:

I have followed this historical romance series from the beginning and they just keep getting better. Lacey Rose loves Charley and is devastated when he leaves to fight for Texas with the Confederate army. Charley doesn’t realize Lacey Rose is in love with him but is both surprised and pleased with the goodbye kiss she gives him. After Charley sends a hurtful letter trying to discourage her from waiting for him, Lacey Rose runs away and ends up in all kinds of trouble. Charley also stirs up some trouble of his own when he begins looking for her. Don’t miss out on this book. I loved it!

Louise Koiner, Texas beta reader

Caryl McAdoo has done it again! This Christian historical romance, “Just Kin”, is a page turner that I couldn’t put down until I finished. Its message, “Love covers a multitude of sin”, is so very true! A stolen kiss, torn apart by war, rejection, and a letter with news she never wanted shreds Lacey Rose’s heart causing her to run away. Charley figures out something isn’t right, but he is duty-bound to the Confederacy until a deathbed order sets in motion events that tests his love, honor, and commitment. I loved this series. I laughed at “the boys”. I felt the hurt of Lacey Rose and the anxiety of the family. And then who is Mr. Dithers? A must read. It is full of so many surprises. I recommend this book and this author. Can the two lifelong friends see past their pain and realize God’s plan for them may be more than just kin?

 

Joy Gibson, Tennessee beta reader

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