Shadows of Love

Shadows of Love Starr Reynolds is determined to fight her way out of a life of poverty and violence and she s not above using her beauty and feminine wiles But when she marries into wealth and position she discover

  • Title: Shadows of Love
  • Author: Gail MacMillan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 126
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Starr Reynolds is determined to fight her way out of a life of poverty and violence, and she s not above using her beauty and feminine wiles But when she marries into wealth and position, she discovers the path leads to despair for a love she can never have, as well as a growing awareness of the ruthlessness of her new family s patriarch Starr will do as he dictates or fStarr Reynolds is determined to fight her way out of a life of poverty and violence, and she s not above using her beauty and feminine wiles But when she marries into wealth and position, she discovers the path leads to despair for a love she can never have, as well as a growing awareness of the ruthlessness of her new family s patriarch Starr will do as he dictates or find herself thrown out to once fend for herself Charismatic, darkly fascinating, Captain Barret Madison has earned his place as commander of a fleet of merchant ships, but no woman has ever tamed him With the presence of Starr on his ship, his emotions are stirred, but she is promised to another When she becomes the wife of his employer s son, how can he do than wish them well

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    1. This book was not at all what I expected. It was far deeper and more far-reaching in characters, plot, emotion, and issues. Starr is a tortured young girl. Neglected, abused, molested, forced to work in the coal mines of England her only softness in her childhood after mom dies is from her friend Darcy. Darcy gets to America and sends for Starr and she starts a journey that is long and unexpected. First she meets her Captain Barrett and they have an instant and strong attraction (and chemistry). [...]

    2. This was a great read! I loved Starr and get indomitable spirit. Every person but a few tried to crush her but none succeed. The Captain was a wonderful character as well. Though he misunderstood things quite often. He was endearing at times. My favorite character was Ida or Gram as most called her. She knew what to say and when! Lovely story of love and loss. With a bittersweet ending.

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