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    What a great addition to the series

    What a great addition to Naomi Rawling's Eagle Harbor Series! Rawling's takes the life of George Sinclair and tells it beautifully! He's the typical rich kid who always got what he wanted except now that he's grown he doesn't just want to run to his father and ask for money to replace the ship and crane that he sunk in Eagle Harbor. He was raised to be selfish and demanding. Can he continue to be that that way as a grown man? A must read that includes the beautiful tom-girl Rebekah Cummings and all her not so conventional ways of getting things done in her life. I was provided a copy of this book by the author/publisher. All opinions in this review are my own.
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    Awesome Novel

    The author once again makes you feel as if you are part of the caring community.
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    Great addition to the series!

    We get to know Rebekah and Gilbert in the previous books in the Eagle Harbor series, and they are both difficult characters. I couldn't wait to see how their story would be told. After some humbling experiences in the previous book, Gilbert is forced to reevaluate his strategy on accomplishing his goal of building the crane he engineered. From an outside perspective, he seems selfishly bent on making this business venture successful at all costs, but as we learn about his real motivations his true character is revealed. Rebekah is a strong young woman, stubborn and desperate to prove to her family that she can contribute beyond what the norm is for women of the time. Even though she acts hardened and tough, she is still naive about many things. Her eyes are opened to more harshness and cruelty on her journey, yet her compassion makes a difference in the lives of those she reaches out to. The overall mood of the book is anxious since there is so much injustice in the lives of the characters, but the fighting spirits of Gilbert and Rebekah propel the story forward. The attraction between them is something they also fight against, but as they learn to turn to the Lord to direct their paths, they find that they are being led toward each other instead of apart. I was happy to see how things came together in the end, and already can't wait to read the next book! This is the third book in the Eagle Harbor Series, but it can be read as a stand-alone. However, we get to know the main characters and families in the previous books so I think they are best enjoyed being read in order. (I received a complimentary copy of the book; all opinions expressed are my own)
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