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The Soldier's Lady by Michael Phillips
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The Soldier's Lady

by Michael Phillips

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This is a great series you won't be able to stop reading until you have read them all. ( )
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Carolina Cousins Book 2 - The tragic romance of Emma and a wounded "buffalo soldier." When the two fall in love, it poses problems for William McSimmons' political career. Can their love keep them together? From bestselling author Michael Phillips.

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"The tragic romance of Emma and a wounded 'buffalo soldier.' When the two fall in love, it poses problems for William McSimmons' political career. Can their love keep them together?"--Provided by publisher.

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