I loved this book...I am currently looking for the 2nd book of this series "The Bachelor's Bargain"
This was a good book but at times it lost my attention and it took me a week to finish when I usually finish books within 2 days.
This was a wonderful story of the miracle of true and selfless love in the midst of nearly impossible circumstances. It's all about never giving up and trusting God and being faithful to a calling that is overwhelming. I love the characters and Catherine Palmer truly brings them to life, endearing them to my heart and soul. I love stories about never giving up and this is truly one! Be ready to become fully involved in the early 1800's era and a story of true love and healing.
I'm not a fan of regency and this didn't change my feelings on it. I found a bit boring and not very interesting enough for me.The story plot wasn't very realistic but, the book over all was well written and very detailed. I'm hoping the other two books in this series will be a little bit better.
Charles Locke is risking everything to make his fortune in a tea-trading enterprise. Sarah Carlyle believes money is the root of all evil and is determined to be rid of her fortune. When Charles and Sarah are thrown together at sea, their hearts are unexpectedly bound. But when Sarah discovers Charles's hunger for money and Charles discovers Sarah's fortune, their love is suddenly in question. Can Sarah give her heart to a man motivated by money? And does Charles truly love her--or does he love her fortune?