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Carolina Calling (Borden Series)

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Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have been a wealthy, 18th century Aristocratic tobacco farmer in Virginia?

Maybe and maybe not. Read more to find out that the farmer was faced with everything from love to bad weather to tobacco worms.

A Trip to the Barn
When they made it back to the ground, Joseph picked up her skirt and handed it to her. “I wish we had a big pile of hay. I’ve al
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Kindle Edition, 284 pages
Published (first published August 8th 2010)
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Katherine
Oct 23, 2011 Katherine rated it it was amazing
Carolina Calling is the first book in a trilogy about the aristocratic Borden family and their plantation life in the South. You will be transported to the tobacco plantations in Virginia and North Carolina when Barbara Dumas Ballew opens the saga with Joseph Borden, the second son of Emily and Leonard Borden as he courts and marries his love, Carolina Matthews. They start lives by starting their own tobacco plantation in Virginia on the land given as a dowry by Carolina’s father.
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