The Freedom Given

The Freedom Given

1.2K Reads 327 Votes 16 Part Story
SK WiseGirl By foreverwisegirl Updated Jul 22

HIGHEST RANKING: #377 as of 07/02/17
Emily Beth Scott was born January 21, 1836. She began to notice the the different people in her hometown and the difference in the treatment of whites compared to blacks. She convinces her family to help blacks earn their freedom,  and she falls for Jeremiah Smith. They marry secretly, but he is sold because people began getting suspicious. She searches for him and joins the Civil War to find him.

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  • emily
  • equalism
  • jemily
  • jeremiah
  • juliet
  • plantation
  • romance
  • romeo
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 #BGBC 
                              
                              Loved the plot. I really liked how you wrote about the discrimination that's going on between the black and the whites. You need to add some more descriptions other than that its awesome. Good job :)
cheytaylor1 cheytaylor1 Aug 29
This was so beautiful!!!!! I have never read something so elegant! Keep on writing #BGBC
 #BGBC 
                              I love Emily's innocence, it just shows us that it's the people around us who impact our beliefs. There aren't that many grammatical errors, which is nice, although I think the tense switches from past to present a few times. Overall, though, I think this was a nice start to the story.
 #BGBC
                              
                              I love the story line here! The plot is excellent and I loved how you explained the interactions between Emily and Jasmine. This is a great first chapter! The reader is in that time period and has an understanding of what was going on. Great job! I will be reading more!
 #BGBC I loved the beginning!! It was like a movie! The plot is very interesting!! Good work!
I really like the southern feel I get from the book and the story line is intriguing. Good job! :-)