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Victoria Carrington is a small town southern debutante who is accepted into college in Chicago. Her roommate goes missing, and Victoria's family is convinced she is in danger. Alone and somewhat irritated by the FBI's forced protection, she throws herself into her passion, photography. Her photography studio is housed in an historic building. While she is there one afternoVictoria Carrington is a small town southern debutante who is accepted into college in Chicago. Her roommate goes missing, and Victoria's family is convinced she is in danger. Alone and somewhat irritated by the FBI's forced protection, she throws herself into her passion, photography. Her photography studio is housed in an historic building. While she is there one afternoon, she is led to a room that does not appear to have been touched in 100 years. She finds an old hand tinted Ambrotype of a soldier buried in a stack of paintings. As she is staring at his face, her world begins to spin. Quincy Butler is trapped in a hell he could never have imagined. Fighting yet another battle in The War Between the States, he is shocked to encounter a woman on the field. When she begins to speak to him, he realizes she is southern, and assumes she is the enemy. His intention to apprehend and take her to his superiors is cut short however, when he is shot and wounded. As Victoria tends to Quincy's injuries, will she be able to convince him to trust her? When she is kidnapped by a mad man, will Quincy save her before she is lost to him forever?...

Title : The Rebel Bride
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ISBN : 9781461116226
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 268 Pages
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The Rebel Bride Reviews

  • Sophia
    2019-05-19 05:57

    This fifth installment in the Civil War Brides series was one of the most enjoyable for me. My curiosity was roused almost from the instant that Victoria ended up in the past and was mistaken by Quincy Butler as a rebel spy. That part didn't last long before he was blown over by the truth that the woman he stumbled upon was from the future.Victoria Carrington was a bit at loose ends when her best friend and roommate, Hannah, had disappeared and was only the latest in a long line of disappearances that stumped the FBI. It wasn't until she personally was sucked back in time to 1864 that she learned the whole incredible truth. First she is mistaken as a rebel spy by a dashing union officer because of her Kentucky accent and her appearance in the middle of a battlefield, but then she suddenly becomes his nurse when he is shot on said battlefield.Victoria accompanies Quinn to DC where she is in for another shock when she sees her friend Hannah is Quinn's older brother Christopher's wife and expecting. The shocks are almost too much, but the biggest shock and not the most welcome in some ways is when she realizes that she has fallen hard for the handsome Union Officer, Quinn Butler. Her past when it comes to relationships both within her family and with love is littered with betrayal so confronted by her feelings, she runs.Quincy wakes up from his surgery and the first face he wants to see isn't present and those around him try to stonewall him. Quinn shows that he's made of sterner stuff and chases his Rebel back to Harrisburg where she journeyed with friends and family. He sets her straight really quick about how its going to be. He's not like those people in her past who walked away from her and he'll prove it.The plot on this one wasn't as exciting in some ways as others, but for some reason I really enjoyed it. The amusing sideline with Victoria and her horse and the sweet romance that Quincy and Victoria experience and even the creepy stalker plotline were great. Now I do confess that Victoria's habit of wigging out over things and losing her hair-trigger temper got irritating at times, but she eventually came around and showed proper remorse. It was funny watching the modern woman and the man of his times settle things between them. I should mention that this one didn't get into the bad guy time travelers plotting at all. I still wonder about all that. I can't help wondering as yet someone else disappears into the past how those FBI investigators are taking it. As always, I really enjoyed the camaraderie of all the characters from the former books still playing a large part in the current one.So again, this installment was another charming read and I encourage those who love sweet time travel romances to give this series a try. For full enjoyment, these should be read in order as they build on each other.My thanks to the author for providing me with a copy of her book in exchange for an honest review.

  • Victoria
    2019-04-21 23:51

    Tracey Jane Jackson does a good job of making the story come to life in the pages of the book, so much that you feel like you are there. I like that she keeps the characters from the other stories and just keeps adding to their stories but at the same time is introducing new stories and new characters.

  • Brenda
    2019-05-18 05:50

    Number 5 of the Civil War Brides Series: Like the first four, this book contains time travel, history, mystery, romance and some modern humor. I loved the first book in the series, I think this is my second favorite, although they are all great reads. Victoria is one of many before her who has been thrown into the middle of the civil war battle from the modern day Chicago where she was working on her photography and dodging the FBI who are trying to find out where these people keep disappearing to. They want to protect Victoria, she just wants to be left alone. Once she has been thrown into the Civil War era of 1864, she finds out where the people before her have been transported to, and by the time she finds out how and why she ended up thrown into the past, she is told that she can return, will she return? She has a man who is constantly lurking in background, creeping her out with his constant strange comments. Obviously a mad man, he does kidnap her, you'll have to read the book to see how that turns out.Tracey Jane Jackson, author of the Civil War Brides Series, is quite the Civil War buff. She weaves history into her books, much history many of us may have learned and forgotten while in school. While reading the time travel series you will find yourself learning again about the war between the states. It is told in such a way that you learn the history this author has in her head and heart as she loves this time period, while enjoying great stories much of which were true. Of course the time travel is not, but that is that the great thing about fiction, you can weave stories around true events, and throw in all the extras that make a good story. This author does just that! f you haven't read the previous four I suggest you do so, you'll find out what you've missed, they are all great reads! Don't miss out on this number five or the following books. Tracey has 3 more books up her sleeve!I give this one five stars! Here is the description from the back of the book:Victoria Carrington is a small town southern debutante who is accepted into college in Chicago. Her roommate goes missing, and Victoria’s family is convinced she is in danger. Alone and somewhat irritated by the FBI’s forced protection, she throws herself into her passion, photography.Her photography studio is housed in an historic building. While she is there one afternoon, she is led to a room that does not appear to have been touched in 100 years. She finds an old hand tinted Ambrotype of a soldier buried in a stack of paintings. As she is staring at his face, her world begins to spin.Quincy Butler is trapped in a hell he could never have imagined. Fighting yet another battle in The War Between the States, he is shocked to encounter a woman on the field. When she begins to speak to him, he realizes she is southern, and assumes she is the enemy. His intention to apprehend and take her to his superiors is cut short however, when he is shot and wounded.As Victoria tends to Quincy’s injuries, will she be able to convince him to trust her?When she is kidnapped by a mad man, will Quincy save her before she is lost to him forever?

  • Amazeballs Book Addicts
    2019-05-15 02:36

    I am seriously in love with Quinn and Victoria!! I'll be honest and starting this book it didn't grab me immediately like the previous ones, but when it did boy did it hook me. I'm not sure why it didn't grab me from the beginning because looking back after I finished it, it honestly was awesome!! Maybe because I wasn't as familiar with Victoria as I was with the previous heroines. Neither here nor there, I ended up loving Victoria and Quinn's story so much. Quinn is Christopher's brother and once they get to Christopher's house and Victoria discovers that not only is her best friend, Hannah there, but married and expecting a baby oh and then there is that little thing that she is no longer in the 20th century. I found Victoria so funny I caught myself laughing out loud at some of the modern humor. She has been hurt and betrayed in the past and finds that Quinn is just too good to be true and she keeps trying to runaway from him to avoid heartache, but Quinn aka Gus as she calls him because he was a "Grumpy Gus" when the met in the middle of the battlefield, refuses to give up. He originally thought she was the enemy because she sounds very "southern" and that is where she gets her nickname "Rebel." The interaction between all the characters in this book is just fabulous!! I'm very excited to see what comes next. A copy was gifted in exchange for an honest review. Another 5++ AMAZEBALLS stars!! Review by Tabitha

  • Judith
    2019-05-07 23:39

    Now what is any Union soldier supposed to think when he comes upon a beautiful woman with a very strong Southern accent? What, of course, she's a Rebel spy. Nothing could be further from the truth -- her roommate, Hannah, has disappeared, and in trying to find her, Victoria had now found herself transported back in time and caught in the crossfires of the Civil War battles. It's an intense love story that develops within the framework of war, the tension of trying to reconcile the differences between two distinct societies, and trying to understand the underlying reasons for her being removed from her 21st century life. It's a well-written story with colorful characters, lots of exciting history that makes each of these novels a treat for those who love American history, especially the time of the War Between the States. I know that it's easy to get hooked on these novels and I, for one, intend to keep on reading until the end.

  • Desiree reilly
    2019-05-15 05:54

    this book is great the girls went form the 1900 hundred and then ended up in the 1800during the wars.well Victoria and Hannah were best friends and they shared a apt and thenone day Hannah came up missing and what happen no one knows. Well Victoria went to see if there was any one there and see picture she touch it and smell smoke. Then wham shewas in the 1864 and she had jeans and shirt and tennis shoes on. some one came up on herand his name was Quincy well he was shot and Vitoria did not know were or why she was thereand then she helps Quincy and find true love well you have to read the book and then they are great bunch of people to get to know

  • Amy
    2019-05-05 02:52

    I love this series! Each book is stand alone but fits within the series. The stories are funny and not smutty. I love them because I can share them with my husband who will not read smut at all. He has read the Cauld Ane Series and loves them as much as I do. He doesn't have to read the Civil War Brides because I've read them all to him! Love love love Tracey Jane Jackson's books!!!The Rebel Bride

  • Shannon Sonneveldt
    2019-05-15 04:40

    Again, I have to say I’m loving this entire series. I love the strong women with a hint of vulnerability who can stand up to the protective and loving men who love them as often as necessary. Men not used to strong women but who love them enough to do whatever it takes to make them happy while protecting them. These books are full of heart. They are romance, suspense, action with the wonderful blend of past and future. Highly recommend and thankful to have received a free copy in exchange for my honest review.

  • Cayla
    2019-05-02 23:31

    I loved Book 5: The Rebel Bride. I think the fact that Quinn calls her "Rebel" is rather endearing! The story line is quite satisfying, as is the dialogue. My only issue is that I'm noticing a little more foul language. It's not my preference, but it's a wee bit hard to let it roll off. I really hope that the agent (Ben?) mentioned in the beginning of the book will somehow get transported into the Civil War era in Book 6. I could be wrong, but i am hoping!!!!!!

  • Kristina Franken
    2019-04-20 04:52

    I highly recommend this book for anyone FTC: I received a free copy of this book and was not reimbursed in any other way.

  • Tabitha Dotson
    2019-04-25 21:53

    I love that Victoria showed up back in time directly on a battlefield! I also love the interplay between Victoria and Quincy with him being a northerner and her being southern.

  • Becca
    2019-05-02 23:36

    ExcellentI loved this book. Victoria and Quincy are my second favorite. it's hard to imagine going back in time. I loved the introduction of Rocky

  • Cyndi Dorsey
    2019-04-22 02:34

    3.5

  • Leah
    2019-05-02 02:32

    Great series-terrific book! My favorite so far!