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Sweet Bitter Freedom: the enthralling sequel to the Throwback

Sweet Bitter Freedom: the enthralling sequel to the Throwback
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Though the Civil War has now ended, Mosa is confronted by new challenges and old adversaries who are determined to try and take what she has. While some hope to build a new South, the old South refuses to die.
Her husband becoming a politician seems to offer a new dawn. However, his election to office has unexpected consequences.
Will Mosa lose everything or find a way through?
With lives in danger, she makes a life-changing decision, but will she and her family ever find real safety and true freedom? The gripping sequel to The Throwback.

Praise for the Throwback:
"This is a well-written tale full of sadness, anger, joy, and triumph. I enjoyed every minute reading it. The characters were believable and relatable and the story is timeless. I heartily recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading about history, love, tragedy, compassion, and the triumph of good over evil."
"This was a great read that was hard to put down. There were new, interesting circumstances, twists and turns. A suspenseful historical novel to the very end."
"An excellent book before and after the Civil War. I enjoyed the plot, the characters, and the settings. Mosa made the story come alive."
"A wonderful endearing book, even though it was about slavery. The characters were real & memorable. I couldn't wait to read the next page. Would recommend to anyone. I read it in one sitting."
"Historical fiction at its best. The characters came to life and readers could empathize with each role."




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