Eye of the Wind (2020)

Eye of the Wind Jane Jackson Eye of the Wind Having been deceived by her father and her fianc Jenefer It is a year since Lord Roland Stratton left Cornwall for France to undertake a secret mission for the British Government When Melissa
  • Title: Eye of the Wind
  • Author: Jane Jackson
  • ISBN: 9780750519595
  • Page: 460
  • Format: Hardcover
Eye of the Wind Jane Jackson Having been deceived by her father and her fianc , Jenefer It is 1795, a year since Lord Roland Stratton left Cornwall for France to undertake a secret mission for the British Government When Melissa Tregonning s father is felled by a stroke brought on by desperate financial problems, she has to try to keep the family boatyard running and pay off his debts Determined toHaving been deceived by her father and her fianc , Jenefer It is 1795, a year since Lord Roland Stratton left Cornwall for France to undertake a secret mission for the British Government When Melissa Tregonning s father is felled by a stroke brought on by desperate financial problems, she has to try to keep the family boatyard running and pay off his debts Determined to protect his reputation, she must keep his plight and her efforts a secret, even from the family She is aided by a mysterious stranger discovered living in the woods owned by her father His presence there prompts many unanswered questions Who is he Why does he seek solitude And what or whom caused his terrible wounds Attraction neither dare acknowledge deepens into love But dark secrets threaten to part them forever Then Melissa s foolhardy courage leads to a revelation that changes everything.
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One thought on “Eye of the Wind

  1. Gerrie

    It s always a pleasure to read an historical romance that has a great romance, and feels authentic and true to the period This book also has a lot of depth, and is not just another novel about life in the ton The book takes place in Cornwall in the mid 1790 s, right at the beginning of the Napoleonic wars Melissa, the heroine, is the daughter of a shipyard owner Her brothers are both in the Royal Navy One has been killed, and her family hasn t heard from the other for months Melissa s parents ha [...]

  2. Dorcas

    I have a thing for books by unknown authors with obscure covers It s like those brown paper grab bags you have no idea what you re getting but just MAYBE it s worth a hundred bucks They say never judge a book by its cover and in this case it is so true 5 stars just doesn t seem enough.So without rehashing the plot which you can read in the description what can I say about it I LOVED the characters Melissa reminded me of Bathsheba Everdeen from Tom Hardy s Far from the madding crowd only without [...]

  3. Donna

    Great story but too wordy in several places I have no interest in how her tea was made or even that she drank it before dressing.

  4. Jo Notary

    494pgs, regency, 1795, her father has a stroke, she is trying to keep the family business running, a stranger she found on the estate, in the woods, is helping her.

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