"There was a time when Julia Stanton's fondest wish was to be Samuel Ward's wife. But that was before the war. As pro-Confederacy sentiments clash with the Union troops occupying Baltimore, fear and suspicion turn friends to foes. Julia chooses the Confederacy ... Samuel does not. And his decision is one she's sure she'll never forgive. Samuel would gladly give his life for Julia. Still, he cannot go against the certainty he feels that slavery is wrong--even after his beliefs cost him Julia's love. Yet as they work to comfort a city in turmoil, Samuel prays God's guidance will lead them to common ground. For where there is courage and faith, two divided hearts may come together once more"--Publisher.