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  • A suspenseful Regency romance

    Slavery has been abolished, and yet there are still the unscrupulous individuals who would abduct women and children to sell on the auction block. After 200 years, has anything changed? This scourge still exists today as there are an estimated 40.3 million people in slavery around the world today. People like Captain Malcolm Westbourne fought a battle and the lives lost tainted his soul, just as those who still fight this pandemic today continue to feel the loss of every person who cannot be saved. Katherine is faced with a threat to the children she cares for in the orphanage, not realising that the enemy has already infiltrated their ranks. Malcolm's arrival at the orphanage brings relief but also forces Katherine to face her past once more. Her reaction appears to be irrational, and yet as every victim of childhood trauma can testify, logic has no influence over one's fears and reactions. Malcolm quickly learns that if he is to win Katherine's heart, he has to give her the reins of control in their relationship, and although he risks losing her altogether, his steadfastness wins her over. When it emerges that there is more at stake than finding lost orphans, Malcolm's quest becomes personal and family secrets are exposed at various levels. This suspenseful Regency romance has a number of facets to it, as various characters from the previous novel appear in this one too, and a number of new faces emerge to join the fight. Keeping the number and nature of the characters in line takes some concentration, but they all add their particular flavour to the plot. The story is well written, engaged my mind and emotions and left me with a sense that everything that could be done, had been achieved. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.

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  • Chance of freedom

    An insight into the slave trade of regency England and the dark side of the men who stole children to sell at slave markets in Africa or prostitution dens in London. The Navy had trained men who went above their duty to capture the ringleaders and those who worked for them, and sometimes the victims were close to their hearts as they enforced the law. Each of the tight group of men in this Naval group had to put their lives on hold and leave loved ones behind as the faced danger-- a recommended read of duty, love, danger and friendship in harrowing times.

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