(From the publisher):
In another great American Windhaven saga, the continuing chapters of the Bouchard family unfold against the backdrop of the turbulent Reconstruction years in the war-ravaged South. White against Black, Yankee against Confederate, carpetbaggers against Southern aristocracy -- these are difficult times, even for the determined Bouchards.
While young Lucien Edmond fights to hold Windhaven Range in Texas and struggles to protect his family, despite continuing and relentless border raids, his father, Luke, marries the beautiful and young Laure and starts a new life in New Orleans. Together, he and his bride resolve to share a destiny that will include Windhaven Plantation, as much a legend as a home, built with the blood, sweat, and tears of Lucien Bouchard, his grandfather. However, until a white Southerner can again hold land, Windhaven is far beyond their grasp.
But Luke is determined to surmount this and other overwhelming obstacles to carry out the dreams and aspirations of the noble Bouchard legacy. He will, one day, return to Windhaven.
Original title: Return to Windhaven
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Ties That Bind→ Multigenerational Sagas