“To Arms! To Arms! The British are coming!”
It is 1777, and the English invade South Carolina with fated Lt. Gen. Charles Earl Cornwallis and a young lieutenant colonel in the British Legion, Banastre Tarleton, whose exploits as a cavalryman in the South Carolina campaign would become the counter-legend to the famous Francis Marion. It was Tarleton who cleverly dubbed Marion as “the Swamp Fox.”
Passionately romantic but wholesome, Hold the Line is fiction that rings with truth, full of believable characters and adventures set against the backdrop of an exciting chapter in real American history.
Sashsa, Colton, Ziva, Drake, and even George Washington himself show up in the pages of this series, keenly developed by a brilliant writer into living, breathing, three-dimensional people with whom we can all relate.
This book makes you long for times of old, for deeper relationships, and fosters a greater appreciation for our country and our faith. Not all books can stir such emotion, but the writings of Joyce Case certainly do. The hard work and passion of the author herself is seen in her headstrong heroine and the entire cast of this story that is difficult to put down.
As hordes of English intruders sweep the colonies, Ziva Isabella Dupris Gray fights relentlessly to keep her own independence from Scottish Captain Drake Cameron, the man who stirs her very soul. Will her consuming passion for him make her surrender her precious identity and join him to pursue the ultimate independence of the colonies?
In this sensational tale of passion and an undeniable love, Sashsa Nicole Lorraine Dupris Gray and Colonel Colton Tyler Gray continue their fight for independence alongside the Commander-in-Chief General George Washington. Danger lurks behind every shadow as the secret patriots of the spy ring provide vital correspondence to the Spymaster.
Victory rings out, and freedom is had, giving birth to a new nation. The saga lives on to more exciting adventures with a new heroine to make her debut.