“The story gives us a glimpse of the past and how hard the times have been. ” – A Rosa for Russell by Pamela Ackerson

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Welcome to Hell on Earth, boys.

Andersonville POW camp…

He was a Union soldier. She was a Confederate nurse. When Rosa looked into his eyes, she saw pure determination. He was a fighter and wouldn’t let anything keep him down. Rosa could take a few lessons from him.

Trapped in desire and drowning in need;
to fall in love with the enemy, there might as well be a mountain between them.

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BJ Renczkowski

Great book during difficult times
Reviewed in the United States on November 28, 2020

This is the first book I’ve read by this author. It was a great short great with a lot of feeling in it. It was told during the civil war when confederates had to help the union as well as their own. A nurse, Rosa, was taking care of a union soldier who had gotten critically hurt. While at the makeshift confederate hospital, Rose took care of Russell. WHen he got better, he kept getting hurt and taking supplies to the other union soldiers. So he kept showing up at the hospital while during this horrible time, Rosa and Russell fell in love. It wasn’t the best of times, since they were from opposite sides. The story gives us a glimpse of the past and how hard the times have been. A very good short read.
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