Lady in Disguise by G.S. Carr - New Release

Death and deception are the backbones of war.

Lady in Disguise by G.S. Carr

Book Description

Find a way to make a difference for the Union. This is the agreement Ruth Allen made with her best friends. The reason she disguised herself as a man and enlisted as a soldier in the War among States. The reason she met Gabriel, a Confederate deserter. Logic told her to kill him, but something wouldn't let her.


Gabriel Bailey couldn't continue killing for a cause he didn't believe in. He didn't have a plan when he left his regiment and went on the run, but fate did. Ruth should have killed him. Instead, she spared him. For now.


Can two people from opposite sides of the divide put aside their differences to find love despite being enemies?

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Meet the Author

Author G.S. Carr

G.S. Carr is the writer of the novel The Cost of Hope, which is was the 2nd place winner in the 2018 Romance Writers of America HHRW Chapter's Romance Through the Ages Contest. She has always enjoyed indulging in her imagination. At a very young age she had a thirst for reading and the many possibilities it helped come alive in her mind’s eye. Ms. Carr can normally be found locked away with a good book in her home in Charlotte, NC or traveling the globe to places like India, Bali, Tokyo, or London.

Genre: Historical Romance / Civil War / Multicultural Romance

Series: Ladies of the Civil War Book 2

Release Date: August 11, 2020

Type: Novel

Heat Level: 1 Heart

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