Where Dandelions Bloom

Where Dandelions Bloom Review

Cassie Kendrick is on the run. Her abusive father arranged her marriage to a despicable man, but she's discovered an escape. Disguised as a man, Cassie enlists in the Union army, taking the name Thomas Turner. On the battlefields of the Civil War, keeping her identity a secret is only the beginning of her problems, especially after she meets Gabriel Avery, a handsome young photographer.

Anxious to make his mark on the world and to erase the darkness and guilt lurking from his past, Gabriel works with renowned photographer Matthew Brady to capture images from the front lines of the war. As Gabriel forges friendships with many of the men he encounters, he wonders what the courageous, unpredictable Thomas Turner is hiding.

Battling betrayal, their own personal demons, and a country torn apart by war, can Cassie and Gabriel learn to forgive themselves and trust their futures to the God who births hope and healing in the darkest places?

Title:Where Dandelions Bloom
Edition Language:English

    Where Dandelions Bloom Reviews

  • Deanne Patterson

    Where Dandelions Bloom, I absolutely loved it!I've read many civil war fiction books, it is one of my favorite historical subjects to read about, this one it is special!The civil war was a bloody batt...

  • Sarah Sundin

    In Where Dandelions Bloom, Tara Johnson brings to life a fascinating aspect of the Civil War – how several women succeeded in fighting, disguised as men. Cassie and Gabriel are complex and interesti...

  • Clara

    Tara Johnson has a gentleness in her writing that wraps around the heart and gives the impression of home. And I think this is a great word to connect to the story.Cassie and Gabe come from such diffe...

  • Susan

    This is an amazing story of one woman's journey of courage, forgiveness and love. In Cassie, Ms. Johnson has given her readers a spunky heroine who disguises herself as a young soldier in the Union ar...

  • Kaitlyn Krispense

    I'd just like to start off by saying that the writing style was amazing! I was pulled into the story right away, even though it wasn't fast-moving, and at first I was sure that this would end up a 5-s...

  • Chesney

    I loved the author’s first novel Engraved on the Heart, this follow up is just as good! Cassie has to be one of the bravest characters I have read about. The turmoil and trauma she faced! Wow. This ...

  • Carrie Turansky

    Tara Johnson has done a wonderful job bringing the Civil War to life in Where Dandelions Bloom. The battle scenes are very realistic, and you can tell she did in-depth research to create the character...

  • Dana Michael

    This book is a Civil War story about a young woman who escapes a horrible family situation to join the Union army. She meets the hero of the book who is a photographer for the Union. This is filled wi...

  • Jocelyn Green

    Exemplary Civil War fiction. Not only do I appreciate the author's deep commitment to the history of her timeframe, but I loved the characters and found the genuine conflict between them to be believa...

  • Betsy

    If you love Christian historical romance loaded with facts, faith, and lessons in forgiveness, then you must pick up Tara Johnson’s latest novel “Where Dandelions Bloom”, set during the American...