This goes for grandchildren, too.. and great-grands, if I am blessed to get that far!
My friend, Cheryl Cooper, is launching her new book, "The Second Summer of War," the sequel to, "Come Looking for Me," which I am just now reading. It takes place during the war of 1812, the bi-centennial of which we have just celebrated. It is a lovely story about a young woman who becomes the unwitting prisoner of a ship's captain. She is British, he is American. She escapes, he becomes a prisoner. Can you see where this is going? I'll let you know when I've read the whole thing.