Belinda Babcock, a beautiful southern belle, barely escapes the Union soldiers who kill her father in cold blood and burn their home. When she discovers a wounded Yankee officer t far from her small cave, she vows to kill him-but discovers she can't do it. Instead, she brings Major Victor McKay back to her sanctuary and keeps him safe, nursing him back to health. Handsome Victor McKay has his own life in New York to return to-that of a wealthy banker on the verge of starting his life with his fiancee, Felicity. He helps Belinda find her aunt and uncle before they part ways, and he makes his way back rth. But the homecoming he receives is t at all what he expects-and he can't stop thinking about the night of passion that he and Belinda shared during their journey to find her relatives. Victor realizes he and Belinda are meant to be together, and he intends to find her. With way to track her, he only kws she's claiming his name. Why is she pretending to be his wife? Does Belinda have a secret of her own?
Agnes Alexander is a multi-published author with 40 books in print. She writes in different genres, but says her favorite to write is the Western Historical Romance because of her love of history. Her first WHR was published in 2012. Since then she has had 11 in print. Belinda's Yankee will be her 12th and the 13th is with the publisher awaiting a decision. In the meantime, she's busy working on number 14. As well as writing, Agnes enjoys working with serious new writers and has helped 4 unpublished writers see their books in print. But if you ask her she will tell you her most favorite thing to do is spend time with her two grandchildren.