Litfuse Review: A Thousand Shall Fall by:Andrea Boeshaar
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Carrie Ann Bell busies herself with running her father’s newspaper, since her father left to document the war. Her mother disagrees with Carrie’s chose to run it but with two sisters to feed she believes its best. One day while she is working, her sister decides to run off with a peddler, leaving only a note tell Carrie. Soon Carrie is hot on their trail wearing a Union soldier uniform. Stumbling upon a fight between the union and confederate soldiers, she hides behind a tree but soon falls into the river, letting the union soldiers know she is there. The one to rescue her is none other than Colonel Peyton Collier, the man of whom she help heal up last spring. She believes she will able to get to her sister, now that he knows who she is but he does something unbelievable. He arrests her for impersonating an officer.
Colonel Peyton Collier can’t believe his eyes when he learns of Carrie’s identity and he knows he must protect her before she does something stupid. Like chasing after her sister and getting herself hurt or worst. Investigating her being there, proves that she is only trying to get to her sister. But he cant just let her go and get herself killed. There is only on thing to do. Send her to his Aunt Ruth’s house.
Soon Carrie finds that some secrets are hard to keep, especially when the man you love is endanger. What is she to do? Keep the secret and watch him meet his ultimate demise?
A Thousand Shall Fall is book one in the Shenandoah Valley Saga. This book was an epic read, full of action and adventure. I loved how this book corresponded perfectly with the Civil War history. I cant wait to see what this author writes next!
**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the author.
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