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Mischief and Magnolias

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In 1863, Natchez, Mississippi, peacefully surrendered to the Union Army—but not everyone surrendered peacefully, especially not Shaelyn Cavanaugh. With both her brother and her intended off to war, her home, Magnolia House, and her beloved steamboats are taken over by Major Harte and his small contingent of men. Shae will use every mischievous weapon at her disposal to ...more
ebook, 515 pages
Published March 17th 2014 by Crimson Romance
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Elizabeth
Mar 01, 2014 Elizabeth rated it really liked it
I love books that take place during the Civil War and I love anything about Natchez. So, I was eager to read "Mischief and Magnolias." I thought the title was a little hokey, but the book pulled me in from the start. It, of course, takes place on a plantation in Natchez and the storyline revolves around a spunky young woman whose home is invaded by a Union Major. Then the sparks start to fly. We read about love, hate and some pretty frightening moments. This book has it all. It's a fun read from ...more
Marilyn Rondeau
Mar 28, 2014 Marilyn Rondeau rated it it was amazing
RATING - 4-1/2*
It’s 1863, and Natchez, Mississippi has peacefully surrendered to the Union Army. However, not all Natchez citizenry were happy about it especially Miss Shaelyn Cavanaugh who had just been informed by Major Remington “REMY” Harte and his small contingent of men that the Union Army was going to appropriate her three remaining steam ships as well as her home - Magnolia House. Luckily, rather than being tossed out on the street, Shae grudgingly made an arrangement with the Major for
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Judy
Mar 16, 2014 Judy rated it it was amazing
Set in 1863 on a plantation in Mississippi, a mother and her daughter's lives change forever when soldiers arrive. Shaelyn, the lovely daughter, thought her brother had come home from the Civil War but found herself in the arms of a major. Her hopefulness turned to wonder.

With the women owning three boats as well as the large house, this was a perfect place for the major and his men to live while helping the war efforts. As soon as the men entered the house, Shaelyn took it upon herself to make
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Alexis Walker
Mar 16, 2014 Alexis Walker rated it it was amazing
Marie Patrick delights once again with Mischief and MagnoliasMischief and Magnolias. This beautifully written love story is set in Mississippi during the Civil War, but what is great about this book is that the conflict between the heroine and the hero is not derived from the opposing sides of the war. No, in this story it is much more personal. Remington Harte and his officers have commandeered not only Shaelyn Cavanaugh’s home, but her family’s riverboats as well. No one takes Shaelyn’s riverb ...more
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Marie Patrick has done it again in a romance that speaks of old romance. You know where the heroine hates the hero yet love comes in a way for both of them it blows them away. I loved that one minute Shaelyn hates Remy and then she can’t get enough of him. It was like seeing the book come to life. I could see Shaelyn putting stuff in his boots, Remy kissing her passionately and most of all the Magnolia Hous
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InD'tale Magazine
This is a beautifully written Civil War story told from the side of a Southern family who sympathized with the North.

Read full review in the 2014 September issue of InD’tale Magazine.
Leslie Reed
Mar 07, 2015 Leslie Reed rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This was a great historical romance. I love the tension created between the characters. Many great romantic parts.
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