Author: Marilyn L.R. Hall
ISBN: 978-1-62137-549-4 (softcover)
ISBN: 978-1-62137-548-7 (hardcover)
ISBN: 978-1-62137-550-0 (eBook)
Escaping the sweltering heat and smoldering fury of the deep South and their Mississippi roots, Jack and Rose Nash move to the Windy City where their forbidden, passionate love flourishes despite hard times and icy winds of the late 1920s. Strengthened by a love that binds them heart to heart and soul to soul, they overcome every hardship together, until the one thing that should draw them closer rips them apart. Is it a sin to love someone with your very soul?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
The fertile bottom land along the Missouri River near the tight-knit Catholic community of Aholt produced more than cash crops in the late 1940s. The rich soil nurtured the soul of a young writer and amid the cornfields and cottonwoods her creative spirit flourished. The uncomplicated life of a farmer's daughter during a simpler time allowed her freedom to create a cast of characters that grew along with her. Main character Cynthia Jackleen Nash was the catalyst for Marilyn L.R. Hall's first book, Pray for Us Sinners. It is the tragic love story of Cynthia's parents and follows their life together from the back roads of Mississippi to the harsh realities of life in 1920s Chicago. Look for more in this series form Marilyn.