Love
and determination conquers all on the Jefferson Trace in the fall of 1832. Desperate
young widow Susannah Baylor recruits War of 1812 veteran Patrick Henry
Buckmeyer to help transport her cotton from the Red River Valley to market in
Jefferson, Texas. Along the trail, snakes, drunks, wolves, thieves, black bear,
and nature thwart her efforts at every turn. With her daughter, nephew, unsaved
hireling and his dog, Sue overcomes each obstacle. At her destination, she
learns travel on to New Orleans is necessary to sell her crop. Her mission
finally achieved, more travel to Tennessee is required for her love to be
realized. She’s made a vow to God, and will not wed again without her father’s
blessing.

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About The Author

With nine titles released by four publishers, Caryl McAdoo now enjoys an "overnight success" with her historical Christian romance Vow Unbroken. The novelist also edits, paints, and writes new songs. The couple counts four children and fourteen grandchildren life’s biggest blessings believing all good things come from God. Caryl and her high school sweetheart-husband, Ron, live in Clarksville, the county seat, in the far northeast corner of the Lone Star State.

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Vow Unbroken

Love and determination conquers all on the Jefferson Trace in the fall of 1832. Desperate young widow Susannah Baylor recruits War of 1812 veteran Patrick Henry Buckmeyer to help transport her cotton from the Red River Valley to market in Jefferson, Texas.
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