Was it a declaration of love or war? As Cassy Stewart studied Bram Palmer'scontented smile, she wasn't sure what she'd gotten herself into. No Stewartwould invite a Palmer home for coffee, and no Palmer would accept. Themill-owning Stewarts and the pro-labor Palmers of Barton's Corner, Missouri,were bitter rivals--one only had to witness the explosive exchanges betweenCassy's brother and Bram's sister. The shock of seeing Bram after all theseyears must have short-circuited Cassy's brain. But that didn't explainBram's willingness to enter enemy territory. Was this part of a new battleplan or the start of a new war?
Used availability for Jacqueline Ashley's The Long Journey Home
April 1988 : UK Paperback
December 1986 : UK Paperback