Jessie Renfro, forced to become a governess by her father's death in the Civil War, becomes a spy for the South. Finding her beauty stands in the way of keeping a position, she disguises herself. She finds herself in a Christian home and in love with a wounded Union soldier and learns to understand real love.
Jeanne Desautel Foster has degrees in journalism and English and has taught English and writing for many years in Oklahoma and Alabama. She is a minister's wife and the mother of three children. This is her second published book.