Soldiers From the Mist is an unusual mix of history and the present. A mix of love story and ghost story. It’s a story set in the Civil War and a present day search for the truth. R.H. Burkett has created a novel, told from the eyes of a ghost that visits her, and retells the very real story of three soldiers and their families as they try to survive one of the most dramatic periods of US history any author could write.
Ancient law forbids the Rook from interfering with human destiny, but Roark defies all to rescue Raven from certain death. Now her soul is forever tied to his. In his heart, he knows that she will never understand the bond they share or the constant longing to be together, yet he is helpless to sever their tie.
Raven discovers unbridled passion in the strength of Roark’s embrace, even as she struggles to accept that she’ll never live in his world or he in hers. Only when she uncovers Roark’s God-given purpose as a Sentinel does she realize the torment she causes him with her possessiveness.
Love is a power unto itself, but is the love Roark has for Raven strong enough to transcend dimensions? Or will their love be forever lost between the shadows of time and space?
Alone on a wagon train, threatened by the man who killed her mother, Dixie steals a horse belonging to Pinkerton Detective, Jackson McCullough and escapes to Six Shooter Siding. Hired first as a cook for a railroad camp, Dixie begins to make freinds, even the towns soiled doves assist her when she buys an abandoned horse ranch.
Determine not to depend on anyone, especially men, Dixie is torn between trusting the Pinkerton Detective or standing on her own.
But will her new found independence be enough to save her when the past catches up with her.