A Revolutionary War ghost, a woman on the run and a man burdened by grief are brought together by a spunky old lady and an old house in need of restoration. “Revolution” is set on the boundary of Yorktown’s historic battlefield. Adrienne Dunning does a fabulous job of bringing the past to life as the ghost of Nate Emerson’s grandfather, William Nathaniel Abbott returns to protect the next generation in the Abbott’s long lineage.
Struck down too soon, William Abbott longs to be reunited with his wife Anna. The stranger, Meg, reminds him of his wife and he feels a connection to the wounded woman.
The ghost, William Abbott is as well developed a character as are Nate and Meg. William and grandma Clarissa are my favorites, their love of family transcends time and death, but it is the friendship and romance developing between Nate and Meg that makes me love reading romance.
This is a second chance romance but it is also about a second chance to do the right thing, a second chance to help another person, second chances to stand up for yourself, a second chance to live and love and make a difference.