Blood Ties

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About the author:
An avid horse lover and reader, Maxine Douglas loves being with friends and family, spending time in the saddle, curled up with a good book, catching up with her oldest grand-daughter (a sophomore at UW-Whitewater), or trying to keep up with her youngest grand-daughter (a first grader with tons of energy) after school.

Maxine enjoys getting lost in Downton Abbey, Biggest Loser, Dancing with the Stars, Castle, The Blacklist, Empire, Game of Thrones, Outlander, Black Sails, cooking competition shows, genealogy programs, and listens to classic rock/oldies and country music (to name a few). A few of her keeper shelf movies are White Christmas, Midnight in Paris, Holiday Inn, Rock of Ages, and The Ghost and Mrs. Muir. She enjoys her BS (brain storming) sessions with several other OKRWA authors where they hash things out. Mostly she enjoys creating stories for her readers.

A born and bred Wisconsinite, Maxine now resides in Oklahoma with her husband, three horses and one dog. Maxine is a member of both Romance Writers of America and the Oklahoma RWA where she currently serves as the 2015 President-Elect.

Blood Ties

Authored by Maxine Douglas
Cover design or artwork by Bev Haynes

BLOOD TIES, U.S. Historical Time-Travel

A long-lost aunt, two loving ghosts, two people looking for answers, the Civil War and a family legacy all with BLOOD TIES

Emma Sorenson's search for a long lost aunt leads her to the ancestral home of Royal Kinsman and a path to Civil War.

A story portraying a love so strong that it carries through the Kinsman family from the mid-1860s through generations leading to modern times. Emma travels through three early battles of the American Civil War up to one of the bloodiest days in American history when Royal rescues her at Antietam.

Publication Date:
1508854610 / 9781508854616
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5" x 8"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Romance / Historical

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