Hannah's War

Hannah Mason has spent the last two years of her life with an emotionally abusive husband When the Yankees burn the plantation nearby, she runs away Her destination is Nashville, but when she arrives dirty and with torn clothing, she is swept up with the other women in the purge of Smokey Row Loaded onto a steamboat, then rejected from various ports, the women are sentHannah Mason has spent the last two years of her life with an emotionally abusive husband When the Yankees burn the plantation nearby, she runs away Her destination is Nashville, but when she arrives dirty and with torn clothing, she is swept up with the other women in the purge of Smokey Row Loaded onto a steamboat, then rejected from various ports, the women are sent back to Nashville and taken to a makeshift hospital There, Hannah encounters Major Lucas Kelley, a handsome Union doctor She becomes a nurse and travels with the army to various battlefields, war raging all around her But her greatest fear is that her husband will find her Can Hannah free herself from a vicious man and find love with Lucas, the doctor who can heal her heart Set in the Civil War, historically accurate, Hannah s War illustrates how a woman can rise from a terrible situation, grow strong and find true love.
Hannah s War Hannah Mason has spent the last two years of her life with an emotionally abusive husband When the Yankees burn the plantation nearby she runs away Her destination is Nashville but when she arrives

  • Title: Hannah's War
  • Author: Leslie Hachtel
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 101
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Hannah's War”

    1. Hannah is a true heroineLeslie did a great job with this story, keeping it fast-paced yet full of surprises and keep love woven throughout!

    2. More than one type of warThis is my fourth book that I have read by Leslie Hachtel, and I believe that it is my favorite of them. Set during the Civil War, the story of Hannah's war takes us on a journey with Hannah Mason. This woman who grew up with no comfort at home because of a spiteful mother and missing father. No wonder she jumps headlong at the first man that shows her any attention or affection. Unfortunately for her Daniel Mason was not all that he seemed. Finding out that your husband [...]

    3. Leslie Hachtel has a gift for transporting her readers back to another time. In Hannah’s War she achieved that goal once again by transporting us back to the South during the time of the Civil War. Hannah is a woman desperate to leave her abusive husband and her less than loving mother. Thanks to the war, Hannah is able to sneak away unnoticed. Just when she thought she had reached her goal, Nashville, she is taken into custody along with other women of ill repute. She ends up on a steamboat d [...]

    4. Here is a good book for women who like to read about the Civil War and/or period books. Hannah who is the main character has spent two years of her life in an abusive marriage Hannah was always looking for a way to escape when one night a nearby plantation is burned causing chaos on her plantation that gave Hannah her chance to flee. Hannah escapes to Nashville which took her several days to her to arrive because she had to walked and she would hide during the day and walk at night to keep from [...]

    5. *I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*Hannah’s War by Leslie Hatchel is a fantastic historical fiction read that transports you to another time. A time where the north and south were at war. A woman’s place was in the home and people of color were slaves.You meet Hannah. She escapes her abusive husband and finds herself alone in a world she doesn’t know anymore. A chance encounter with an old friend sets her off on a journey. Hannah meets people from all walks of [...]

    6. Hannah's War is a fantastic historical fiction that is absolutely amazing to read. Leslie Hachtel has a gift for transporting readers back in time. This time we find ourselves in the South during the Civil War. Hannah is desperate to leave her abusive husband and her nasty mother. As we follow Hannah's journey I was glad that, for the most part, things work out for her. There are definitely some dramatic twists and turns, but it always ends positively. It was a light, easy read with just the rig [...]

    7. Awesome story with lots of details. I love stories where the hero is the doctor and the scene is in the historical past. It's nerving with the heroine having an abusive husband and you never know if that madman will show up and she falls in love with someone else No more spoilers. Must read it.

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