By Tracie Peterson
Lighting of Lowell ebook 1. Tapestry of desire weaves jointly the heartrending and hope-building tales of 2 younger ladies. Jasmine Wainwright is the sheltered daughter of a Mississippi plantation proprietor. while her father moves a deal to promote his cotton to Lowell turbines via businessman Bradley Houston, he throws an prepared marriage with Jasmine into the cut price. Kiara O'Neill and her brother break out hunger in eire by way of touring to the United States as Bradley Houston's indentured servants. yet Bradley has extra in brain for Kiara than she desires to think. either ladies endure in the house of this unloving husband and cruel grasp. Will God one way or the other deliver wish to their lives?
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Wainwright. We admire the abilities and strength of our Southern brothers, and we’re thankful you’ve agreed to educate us on plantation life. ’’ Nolan looked up from his notebook, his brow creased. ‘‘Actually, as a writer and poet, my interest in the South is quite different from yours, Bradley. I’d prefer to move freely on the land rather than hear the facts and figures of cotton production. No offense, Mr. ’’ Wainwright nodded in a stern but gracious manner. ’’ ‘‘That would be most agreeable.
Ah, but your husband realizes that a finely furnished home increases his social standing. It’s a visible sign of his wealth and status,’’ Bradley said. ‘‘I thought the South’s most desirable social status was that of slaveholder, not of home or property owner,’’ Nolan interjected. ‘‘That’s true,’’ Malcolm responded with a modicum of pride. ‘‘And here at The Willows, I have nearly a hundred slaves. ’’ ‘‘Of course not,’’ Nolan replied quietly. Jasmine heard the reproach in Mr. Houston’s tone. She eyed him curiously.
I’m a poet and writer, Miss Wainwright. I’ve accompanied my brother in the hope of capturing the tangible essence of the South in some of my writings. I find it difficult to adequately describe places or people in my writings without actual observation. ’’ Bradley raised one brow and gave a sardonic grin. ’’ Jasmine’s attention remained focused upon Nolan. ‘‘I keep a journal and find writing to be a liberating experience. ’’ ‘‘At least that’s my hope. Of course, one must have a somewhat extensive following in order to effectuate the type of change you speak of,’’ Nolan remarked.
A Tapestry of Hope by Tracie Peterson