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Jason's Angel

3.95  ·  Rating details ·  19 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Two wounded Union soldiers will die without proper treatment. Sabrina Patrick realizes they won't get it at the Confederate army hospital where she helps nurse the wounded men. She does the unthinkable and takes them to her home.

Jason McCain’s pain is eased by the feel of clean sheets, a soft bed, and a touch that surely must belong to an angel. But what reason could an a
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Published March 3rd 2012 by Western Trail Blazers
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Stephanie Burkhart
Apr 20, 2012 rated it really liked it
Pierson pens a suspenseful civil war romance with "Jason's Angel." Jason McCain is a Union soldier injured in the heart of the Confederacy. Sabrina Patrick watches how Jason and his brother are treated at the hospital and takes great personal risk to bring them to her home. As Sabrina nurses the men, she develops a friendship with Jason. Will the allegiances of war ultimately tear them apart?

Pierson's writing is easy to read and draws the reader into the story from the first page. The plot flows
Mar 24, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Jason McCain's angel is Sabrina Patrick, a Confederate woman. She did the unthinkable and took him and his brother in when they were wounded and left to die at a Confederate hospital. They were Union soldiers, but they found peace and comfort in Sabrina's home.

I love Cheryl Pierson's tales about wounded heroes and the heroines who reach out to heal them. This novella may be short, but it doesn't not lack in detail or in compassion. Sabrina is able to put aside her prejudices and look at the man.
Julie Lence
Apr 03, 2012 rated it it was amazing
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I loved this story. Right from the beginning, I was caught up in the hero and heroine and their plight. My only gripe--this is a short story and I wish it had been longer. I could have easily read 200+ pages, the characters and setting were that fascinating.
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