The Letter

The Letter

eBook - 2013
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In 1617 Jamestown Virginia a daring deception leads to dangerous passion in this riveting blend of romance, intrigue, and adventure. Desperate to escape a marriage arranged by her aristocratic London guardians and to wed her childhood sweetheart, beautiful but innocent Catherine Parke secretly boards a ship bound for the New World. But the shock of what greets Catherine in Jamestown nearly destroys her. Catherine's betrothed, now a successful trader, has an uncanny way with the Powhatan Indians. Although Catherine knows that adherence to strict moral codes rule the colonists' lives, she soon discovers that beneath their proper facades not all is as it seems. Although disappointments and disasters repeatedly test Catherine's strength and courage, a burning desire to uncover the truth drives her to unravel a confusing web of lies and deceit. With her own life in jeopardy, Catherine is drawn to the one man who can save her, but wonders if she can trust him, or will she be swept into an unknown and terrifying wilderness, once again loving the wrong man and paying dearly for it? Vivid historical details bring the Jamestown settlement and Indian villages to life. Marilyn Clay's suspenseful and compelling tale of one courageous woman determined to forge a new life for herself in a frightening and dangerous New World is an irresistible combination of suspense and romance. THE LETTER is well researched, fast-paced and brimming with unexpected twists and turns. --Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Marilyn Clay, 2013.
ISBN: 9781301428304
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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