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Lili innocently thought her disguise as a servant was a harmless way to find out what the man she married was really like. She didn't consider that her husband would force her to become his mistress and then sell her as a slave before she could reveal her true identity. Before she can utter a sound, Lili is ripped from her pampered life on a Carolina plantation and forced to begin a dangerous journey that will test her willingness to survive and strength of spirit. In the unfamiliar Canadian wilderness Lili discovers that her passion cannot be tamed.
Frances Patton Statham—award-winning author, musician, artist, and lecturer—graduated magna cum laude from Winthrop University with a double major in voice performance and music education. She received her master of fine arts degree from the University of Georgia, and an honorary doctorate from World University. Selected as Georgia Author of the Year in Fiction on three separate occasions, Statham has written fourteen novels, one nonfiction book—Mountain Legacy—and numerous magazine articles. She is listed in various biographical reference books such as International Authors and Writers Who’s Who, World Who’s Who of Women, and Personalities of the South.