The Color of God's Eyes
Charlotte was given her name the day she was purchased by Lady Cohen, a widow newly married to a plantation owner in Mississippi. Charlotte is tasked with taking care of her son, John, not realizing that he's been tasked with observing her for any unique abilities. The two grow secretly in romance, but their future together is threatened when John's loyalty to his father and the South is called into question.
Charlotte uses her blossoming gifts to escape a life of slavery and become the strong and adventurous woman that she was always meant to be, but she soon discovers a secret society of men willing to destroy her and her beloved for the gift that granted her freedom.