Was it any wonder that Amanda Wilkes felt apprehensive about moving from New Orleans to her new home in rural Mississippi? In a settlement with the ominous name of "Midnight," how could she expect to find anything but mystery and danger? And the stories she heard about the outlaws and robbers who frequented the nearby infamous Natchez Trace did nothing to calm her fears. When Pastor Wilkes and his three daughters moved to Mississippi, he never imagined the perilous life they would face, filled with fears and danger, and yes, even humor and romance.
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