The Flame of New Orleans
Against the turbulent backdrop of the Civil War,'Flame of New Orleans' unfolds the dramatic tale of a bold and beautiful Confederate spy who falls in love.
Mass Market Paperback, 447 pages
Published June 12th 1978 by Fawcett
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One of my first books to read. Loved the civil-war and H a yankee and h a southern girl. Loved that they had time to get to know each other when she had amnesia and H ended up marrying her b/c he thought he had wronged her and she tried to kill herself. Great love story.
This is a story that kept my attention and kept me coming back for more. I believe Aimee' was destine to always be at the wrong place, at the wrong time. He hero Bryan is such a great addition in the book to help guide her through all of her mishaps. I would recommend this book to anyone that enjoys a Civil War time period romance. Personally this is my favorite genre therefore I really enjoyed the book.