Bregdan Chronicles - Storm Clouds Rolling In


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Published: 7 years ago

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Storm Clouds Rolling In is the first book in the ongoing Bregdan Chronicles historical novel series. Book Description: Carrie Cromwell comes of age as the dark clouds of the Civil War swallow the country. Born with a fiery spirit and a strong mind, this strong woman finds herself struggling between the common wisdom of the South and the devastating truth she has discovered. The activities of the Underground Railroad and her close friendships with the Cromwell Plantation slaves create agonizing choices. But when her decisions put her at odds with her heritage, and challenge her dreams, will she be able to give up all that is precious to her? What price will she be willing to pay?

kathy simmons

i love it can not wait for a second one.

Debbie Ouellette

great resd in the tradition of gone with the wind. Looking forward to reading the second one.


Although I have read about 30 pages I am underwhelmed by it by not giving a strong condemnation of the slavery from start to finish by the main character.Instead we are given her romantic stirrings and concerns of the plantation owners about a possible rebellion of slaves.

Kathryn Boschalk

Kathryn b I loved this book it is the best I have Brad in a long long time and I am an avid reader usually can to 12 novels a month. I couldn't put this book down and I was so happy that it was a long 1 and that it is a series. I'm delirious.


Loved it really wanting to read the next book but can not find it to down load on iPad, any help.

mandy chandler

was a wonderful book i cant wait to read the rest.


Loved it, trying to find second in series now!

eva stosic

love plantations novels keep it coming

Beth Stockford

Great book, would like to read the rest of them!

June Sutton

most enjoyable. Love to read more.


i really liked this


very good, can't wait to start the 2nd book

Sadia Abdullah

An amazing book, looking forward to read the rest in the series

Jean D Kidd

Like this book. Hope I can find the others in the series


couldn't put this book down! I thoroughly enjoyed it, and was disappointed when it came to an end. Looking for the next book.. if this is a series?? Even if sequels are not free, I am hooked.


a good book some of mthe feelings off the time look like now


I was sorry when I came to the end. I enjoyed the characters and the story.

Faye Lamontt

Love this book! Would love to read the rest of the series, when are they coming to Free-eBooks?

Shauna Claeys

This is an awesome book , makes you feel like you were there in the history of the story


OOPS!!! I hit dislike in error first. I really REALLY did love this book. Would read anything else this writer has.....


This book was a real surprise. I could not, repeat could not put it down. This author has talent


Loved it! Not happy only the first book is available on eBook


This book as fabulous. I found I could not put it down. I cannot wait till I can get her other books.

Lisa Vallee-Brinks

great book looking for the next one

Gerald Cowles

Great Book! A must read for anyone interested in this part of American history.

Stephanie S

This isn't the book I expected when I first started to read it, but could not stop is well written. Looking forward to reading the rest of the series.


I agree! The story is well written. The characters are engaging and one can feel their joys, sorrows and fears. I would highly recommend this book to others. The only reason I did not give the book five stars is that it appeared not to be edited. There were several partial sentences in odd places which occasionally made it necessary to go back and re-read a paragraph. There were almost no apostrophes (') in the book which again made it more difficult to read. The word she'd appeared as shed, we'll appeared as well, he'll appeared as hell. Many times I had to stop and decipher whether a word was intended to mean a well or we'll; shell or she'll. Aside from the editing issue, the book was very good. I will read more of Ginny Dye's books. You are a wonderful story teller Ginny!

Risa Rosser

What a great and well written story. I was so moved by the characters and the search for if, or if not, slavery was morally correct. It was so well written that I could picture the story as I was reading it. Hats off to Ginny Dye. I will definitely be looking for more of your books.

Sandy Johnson

What an amazing book! I got it out of curiosity, then couldn't stop reading once I started. I have fallen in love with the characters, and even learned a lot about the Civil War while the story kept pulling me forward. The thing I like best about Free E-books is the chance to find new authors. Ginny Dye is a keeper. I can hardly wait to read the rest of her series. I have to pay for them, but so what! I already know they will be wonderful. :)


Ginny Dye

Ginny would love to get to know every single person who reads her books. Since that isn't possible she can at least let you get to know her a little. Born in North Carolina, she is a wanderer at heart. She has lived all over the United States, exploring every state and having wonderful adventures along the way. She has managed horse ranches in Texas and Oregon; worked with teenagers all over the country (she love them!), and has hiked, biked, rafted and played in every locale she could. She has written 30+ books along the way. Historical Fiction is her favorite! She is quite sure she will never live long enough to write all her heart and mind holds, but she certainly intends to try! Her life will forever be a journey. She knows she will never get to the place where she thinks she has "arrived". The more she learns - the more she knows she doesn't know! Yet. what joy she receives by sharing the light she has... She would love to hear from you at

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