Southern Comfort

(14 customer reviews)

The issue of slavery has divided the nation and war is upon the land.

Charlotte MaCausland, the smart, sensible, southern daughter of a mathematics professor, is thrown directly into the center of the conflict. Cadet Brice Bidwell only has eyes for Charlotte and intends to make her his own, even if that requires a little old fashioned discipline if she refuses to cooperate. Brice must choose between his love for Charlotte and duty to his conscience. Their lives take different paths, but cross again in Richmond, during the climax of the war. Barely escaping Libby prison, Brice secrets Charlotte away in the middle of the night.

Will Charlotte’s anger at Brice’s betrayal spell doom or will true love and a little southern comfort win the day?

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14 reviews for Southern Comfort

  1. PJB

    I adore the American history so well described and brought to life by Beth Bennett. The underground slave line gives such an interesting background tension to this tale and as usual Ms Bennett gives us a feisty heroine to cheer on! The romance is strong and sweet with a few spankings along the way – I highly recommend this captivating story!

  2. PJB

    I adore the American history so well described and brought to life by Beth Bennett. The underground slave line gives such an interesting background tension to this tale and as usual Ms Bennett gives us a feisty heroine to cheer on! The romance is strong and sweet with a few spankings along the way – I highly recommend this captivating story!

  3. Anonymous

    This is very well written. Whether it is historically accurate is question able, and it takes liberties with some of the historical characters.

    The spankings are well timed, well reasoned and realistically done. There are enough spankings to be realistic and sufficiently described.

  4. Anonymous

    This is very well written. Whether it is historically accurate is question able, and it takes liberties with some of the historical characters.

    The spankings are well timed, well reasoned and realistically done. There are enough spankings to be realistic and sufficiently described.

  5. Laurel Lasky

    I throughly enjoyed this well written book and the obviously well researched book in the time of the Civil War. Sometimes its true that truth is stranger than fiction. The characters feelings and emotions were deeply explored. There was tension, conflict, suspense, romance and mild spanking. This was a wonderful story and I\’m looking forward to reading more from this author.

  6. Laurel Lasky

    I throughly enjoyed this well written book and the obviously well researched book in the time of the Civil War. Sometimes its true that truth is stranger than fiction. The characters feelings and emotions were deeply explored. There was tension, conflict, suspense, romance and mild spanking. This was a wonderful story and I’m looking forward to reading more from this author.

  7. Redrabbitt

    The plot of the story is wrought with so many emotions, infatuation, new love, sadness, confusion, anger, devotion, denial, realization, and acceptance. Charlotte and Brice have a connection, a love that crosses political lines. One a devout believer in the Great Southern Cause, which in many ways was an idealism of not fully knowing what the face of Slavery looks like, and one who believes that all people are created equal and should all be free citizens. Ms. Bennett spins a fascinating tale of love and hate during a critical time in US history. She incorporates factual information and uses artistic liberties to spin this amazing tale. The story has a great cast of characters, emotional and entertaining dialog and heart-wrenching scenes too. For Brice and Charlotte, no matter what happened, love was sure to find them.

  8. Redrabbitt

    The plot of the story is wrought with so many emotions, infatuation, new love, sadness, confusion, anger, devotion, denial, realization, and acceptance. Charlotte and Brice have a connection, a love that crosses political lines. One a devout believer in the Great Southern Cause, which in many ways was an idealism of not fully knowing what the face of Slavery looks like, and one who believes that all people are created equal and should all be free citizens. Ms. Bennett spins a fascinating tale of love and hate during a critical time in US history. She incorporates factual information and uses artistic liberties to spin this amazing tale. The story has a great cast of characters, emotional and entertaining dialog and heart-wrenching scenes too. For Brice and Charlotte, no matter what happened, love was sure to find them.

  9. Miss contrite

    This was a lovely story so sad in Places though. There was great description the characters were great too

  10. Miss contrite

    This was a lovely story so sad in Places though. There was great description the characters were great too

  11. Rjr

    A beautiful story of a terrible time in our country\’s history. This book brings the Civil War to a very personal level. Charlotte and Brice are initially on opposing sides in the conflict despite their love for each other. As the war carries on with incredible losses for everyone, many of the firm beliefs of pre-war are called into question. Brice and Charlotte both grow up quickly and try to find their happiness and futures in the new reality. There are quite a few spankings in the book, all of which are consistent with the time period. The author does a great job with making the reader feel part of the time period; however, that this is a work of fiction should be remembered as the author takes creative license with some historic figures to include them in the story.

  12. Rjr

    A beautiful story of a terrible time in our country’s history. This book brings the Civil War to a very personal level. Charlotte and Brice are initially on opposing sides in the conflict despite their love for each other. As the war carries on with incredible losses for everyone, many of the firm beliefs of pre-war are called into question. Brice and Charlotte both grow up quickly and try to find their happiness and futures in the new reality. There are quite a few spankings in the book, all of which are consistent with the time period. The author does a great job with making the reader feel part of the time period; however, that this is a work of fiction should be remembered as the author takes creative license with some historic figures to include them in the story.

  13. Julie Clark

    War Changes a Person

    What a fabulous book. The author wove this story around perfectly! One thing I dislike about most of the books from this era is their incessive amount of detail about the horrors of war. While some details about the emotional trials of the war are present; the author manages to find a way to put just enough to tell the story. Impressive indeed, and I truly adore the book. I know I\’ll be reading this one again!

  14. Julie Clark

    War Changes a Person

    What a fabulous book. The author wove this story around perfectly! One thing I dislike about most of the books from this era is their incessive amount of detail about the horrors of war. While some details about the emotional trials of the war are present; the author manages to find a way to put just enough to tell the story. Impressive indeed, and I truly adore the book. I know I’ll be reading this one again!

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