The Truth Can Be The Hardest Thing To TellJune 26, 1862Charlotte Randolph isn't sure she can go on with her deception, no matter what her brother says or how noble the cause. How can she tell him that it seems her own name has come to mean "liar" and "traitor"? She is supposed to be a good Southern woman, spying for the Confederate cause, and yet ever since Union soldiers took over her home, it's been difficult to remember that they're the enemy. She knows that Captain Ben Chandler, the general's aide-de-camp, suspects that she has secrets. What if he discovers the truth about little Alexander? What if he finds out that Charlotte's taking information to the Rebels? And what if he realizes that her interest in him is far more than polite? Secretly engaged to three different Union officers, it's impossible to deny--she has fallen in love with the only one who can destroy her..."Love in a t ...