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Publisher Description

On a cold winter's night in 1778, two patriot soldiers recall their first sensual encounter and ponder their future together with the women they love.

Winter's icy weather  is not the only chill to descend upon New York's Fort Revolution in January of 1778. Discontent hangs heavy in the air between Lieutenant Patrick Hamilton and Captain Samuel Taylor during an evening's respite from America's war for independence.

Reminiscing brings a realization of their emotional and physical connection to each other. Will memories be enough to rouse reconciliation?

Winter Interlude: An American Revolutionary Novelette (American Revolutionary Tales Book 2) is a prequel and interquel companion story to The General's Wife: An American Revolutionary Tale, delving into the relationship between Captain Samuel Taylor and Lieutenant Patrick Hamilton. Much of the action of Winter Interlude takes place in the gap between Chapter Twenty-Three and Chapter Twenty-Four of The General's Wife.

This novelette edition includes a bonus story set during the American Revolution, "On the Eighteenth of January, '78; or, A Night At Valley Forge":

During the American Revolution's infamous winter of '77-'78 at Valley Forge, two soldiers fanboy over their charismatic leader, General George Washington.

American Revolutionary Tales
Book 1: The General's Wife: An American Revolutionary Tale
An English Lady and an American Patriot in a battle for her heart – will she submit to the enemy?

Book 2: Winter Interlude: An American Revolutionary Novelette
On a cold winter's night in 1778, two patriot soldiers recall their first sensual encounter and ponder their future together with the women they love.

Coming soon! Book 3: The Viscount and the Veteran: An American Federalist Tale

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2018
October 2
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
71
Pages
PUBLISHER
Viridium Press
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
522.8
KB

Customer Reviews

Gallowaygirly ,

Keeping warm

Sam and Pat, two officers in Washington Army, find a connection that is precious in the trying time of war and this connection takes on an intimate relationship. This very short story is well written and worth reading.

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