Homeward winds the river. New York : Avon Books.
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Romance Books Romantic Historical Books. Book in the Leah Series). by Barbara Ferry Johnson. ISBN13: 9780380429523. Homeward Winds the River.
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Homeward Winds the River Jan 1, 1979. by Barbara F Johnson.
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The scan is a picture of the actual book you will receive. Synopsis: Leah, heartbroken and tortured by desire for her aristocratic Creole lover, Baptiste Fontaine, she flees New Orleans on a paddle-wheeler bound for the North, bound for a new life with James Andrewsm the lawyer who saved her from the gallows. But as she ascends the gangplank for the sail upriver, and the first whistleof departure sounds its mournful tune, she gazes back to the cypress-shrouded levee, where the eyes of a wounded man burn deeply into her own. Try to forget, the eyes said. Someday you will long to sail southward.
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Homeward Way. 1. Rhett Butler's anger was unstoppable. Remember when Barbara and Ross were married? What a splendid day that wa. When influenza had claimed the lives of Barbara and her unborn child the summer previous, Ross had depended utterly on Rhett for guidance and strength – and Rhett had been only too happy to come to his brother's aid. The hatchet between them had been long buried. When Rhett's own breaking point had been reached several years before, he had fled to Charleston, and Ross and his sweet young second wife and son had saved him in every way that a person could be saved