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The Graham Saga 2
Lu par : Greg Patmore
Série : The Graham Saga, Volume 2
Durée : 12 h et 44 min
Catégories : Romans, Historiques

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Matthew Graham committed the mistake of his life when he cut off his brother’s nose. In revenge, Luke Graham has Matthew abducted and transported to the Colony of Virginia, there to be sold as indentured labour - a death sentence more or less. Matthew arrives in Virginia in May of 1661, and any hope he had of finding someone willing to listen to his tale of unlawful abduction is quickly extinguished. If anything, Matthew’s insistence that he is an innocent man singles him out for the heaviest tasks and with a sinking feeling he realises no one has survived the seven years of service - not on the plantation Suffolk Rose.

Fortunately, Matthew has a remarkable wife who has no intention of letting her husband suffer and die, and so Alex Graham sets off on a perilous sea journey to bring her husband home. Alex is plagued by nightmares in which Matthew is reduced to a wheezing wreck by his ordeals. She prays for a miracle to carry her swiftly to his side, but fate has other plans and what should have been a two month crossing turns into a yearlong adventure from one side of the Atlantic to the other. Will she find him in time? And if she does, will she be capable of paying the price required to buy him free?

©2013 Anna Belfrage (P)2018 Timelight Press
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  • Kristine Strelow
  • 24/05/2019

ok, lacks depth

I like these books just fine, but they're not overwhelmingly good. There are many points where I don't see how any modern woman would respond the way Alex does or where a few more paragraphs could do so much to enhance the character or depth of the story. It is a far cry from Outlander or even the Wilderness series.