May 16, 2012

Review: Beloved Enemy

Title of Book: Beloved Enemy
Author: Al Lacy
Genres: Historical Fiction, Christian Fiction, Civil War, Fiction
Series: Battles of Destiny # 3
Publishers: Multnomah
Pub Date: February 1, 1994 (356 Pages, Paperback)
Book Source: Paperback, Sent to me from Waterbrook for Review
Contact Author: Al Lacy
Where to Buy: Waterbrook multnomah

Jenny's allegiance lay with the Confederate Army. But her heart belonged to the enemy. Faithful to her family and the land of her birth, young Jenny Jordan covers for her father's Confederate spy missions. But as she grows closer to handsome Union soldier Buck Brownell. Jenny finds herself torn between devotion to the South and her feelings for the man she is forbidden to love. Overwhelmed by pressure to assist the South, Jenny agrees to carry critical information over enemy lines. But when she is caught in Buck Brownell's territory, will he follow orders to execute the beautiful spy or find a way to save his Beloved Enemy?

My Thoughts:
This book is got me hooked as soon as I started reading the Preface. This book is great for though that love the Civil War. I got this book and started reading before the other two in this series. This book is Fiction somewhat. There is some true folks from our true american History that is in this book along with some fiction folks.

This book is based on the start of the Civil War. It starts out with Abraham Lincoln traveling to the White House. Then it goes into the Battle of Bull Run. There is some really interesting things and our history in this book. I do not want to spoil the book by giving any thing away. If you have not read this book I strongly read it. My mom is quite interested in reading the book and she barely picks up the same books as I do. If you want to read about the Civil War then I suggest that you read this book called "Beloved Enemy".

You read about the Lincons In Ingratiation and the Battle of Bull Run Creek and who start the Civil war.You   learn about Confederate Spies and what happens to them. This is something I would recommend to everyone to read.

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Note: I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review. My review is reflected by feeling and thought on the overview of the book.


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