In a stirring conclusion, Shiloh and Clay's lives are shattered when the Civil War and personal tragedy strike.
Concluding the dramatic Giants on the Hill trilogy, bestselling author Lee Roddy paints a gripping plot that takes place in San Francisco during the turbulent Civil War era. As the novel begins, Shiloh and Clay have built a successful stagecoach business and developed a thriving mining operation. But now, in Shiloh's Choice, they see that citizens are being forced to choose sides as the Civil War causes southern states to secede from the Union.
Shiloh, reared by active abolitionist parents, has unyielding feelings against slavery. Clay, who grew up in Texas, has always been private about his political feelings. Now he is forced to take a stand when Shiloh decides to act regarding secret information vital to the country. Unaware that her decision could place Clay in danger, Shiloh makes a choice that will forever change the destiny of their marriage and the fate of a nation.