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Ransome's Crossing - Kaye Dacus
Ransome's Crossing
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Set in the early 1800s, this captivating, romantic second book of the Ransome Trilogy from author Kaye Dacus unfolds with the grace, power, and excitement of an ocean storm.Charlotte Ransome, desperate to reach Jamaica to see her secret fiancé, disguises herself as a midshipman for a convoy led... show more
Set in the early 1800s, this captivating, romantic second book of the Ransome Trilogy from author Kaye Dacus unfolds with the grace, power, and excitement of an ocean storm.Charlotte Ransome, desperate to reach Jamaica to see her secret fiancé, disguises herself as a midshipman for a convoy led by her brother, Captain William Ransome. Meanwhile, William and his new bride, Julia, face the rough swells of the sea and of marriage as they try to adjust to life together.When yellow fever befalls Charlotte and her identity is discovered, she begs first officer, Ned Cochran, and Julia to keep her presence and illness from her brother. But could this secret create insurmountable waves between Julia and William? And will Ned's tender care of Charlotte change the tide of her affections forever?This smart, engaging tale is about holding on to faith during the journey to love and be loved.
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ISBN: 9780736927543 (0736927549)
Pages no: 332
Edition language: English
Series: The Ransome Trilogy (#2)
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iola
iola rated it
Cliffhanger ending. Do not start unless you have book 3 available as well.
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5.0 Ransome's Crossing
"Ransome's Crossing" is the second book of the Ransome Trilogy. Without reading the first book, I wasn't sure how lost I'd be. I was delighted to find that this could be read as a stand alone, but there were references made back to what happened in the previous book that made me wish I had read it -...
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