Daughters of a Nation: A Black Suffragette Historical Romance Anthology (Paperback)
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The fight for suffrage was long, hard, and carried out on many fronts. In Daughters of a Nation, you'll discover four stories full of spirit, hope, and, most importantly: LOVE.
With the election of 1868 underway, Madeline Asher's mission is clear: educate and enlist the freedmen of Nebraska to vote. But when Union veteran James Blakemore come back into her life, Madeline must choose either him and the future they've always wanted-or the chance to shape a greater nation.
1881: Mamie Harper, a new teacher at Atlanta Female Baptist Seminary, hears of mistreatment from her washerwomen students and tells them to strike. She re-encounters summer pastor Gabriel Harmon, who has other ideas to help the washerwomen. Will these combatants be able to win in the war of love?
In 1881, Sarah Webster returns home to Fayetteville, NC for her mother's milestone birthday. Her suffrage work is unknown to her family. Carpenter Owen Markham is intrigued by Sarah, and her father is playing matchmaker. When Owen discovers Sarah's suffrage work, he's not sure a love match can be made.
Harlem - 1917. Cabaret owner Bertha Hines is focused on women winning the vote, but when ornery chef Amir Chowdhury shows up in her kitchen, he proves to be a delicious distraction. Sparks fly, but between the vice squad and unfair immigrations laws, can they hold on to their growing love?