GENRE: Gay Paranormal Romance
LENGTH: 45,589 words
After a reenactment weekend, Goose Tucker inadvertently brings home Civil War soldier Jefferson Eaves’ diary and is shocked to discover Jefferson’s spirit has come along, too.Through the diary, Jefferson tells Goose about his true love, Calvin, who was a former slave who fought for the Union. With no record of Calvin’s death or service found, Goose figures Jefferson might not want to cross over until Calvin receives due recognition.Jefferson also speaks of an acorn planted as a sign of commitment to their future. When reenactment leader Patrick O’Hanlon calls looking for the diary, he tells Goose about his plans to return down south to protest the chopping down of an old oak tree. Is this the tree that grew from Calvin and Jefferson’s acorn?Goose, with Jefferson in tow, decides to go with Patrick to find out. What happens between the four men once there is a lesson in healing and love.EXCERPT:
You guys have absolutely got to read this little book. It’s only 155 pages, so it’s not super long, but it is one of the sweetest, romantic books I’ve read. And as you know, I read a lot of them. It is so worth the small amount of time it will take you to read this. The only thing is saw wrong is there’s a few grammatical issues but that’s not a big deal. Otherwise, the characters are so passionate in this book. They lock on to a cause that is super important and they don’t let it go. It’s a beautiful story of love and acceptance, but with of course, those who choose to be bigoted or racist or homophobic. There are comments made so if anything is a trigger, then please be careful.
You guys really need to give it a chance though. AND there’s a sequel that i will be posting my review of Monday.
Rip finally got Goose to come with him to a Civil War reenactment. Not that Goose really wanted to be there, but for Rip he would. Goose’s sister Shell and her hubby Rip, have really been he