by Paula Reed

October 2004
ISBN: 0-821-77724-6
Reviewer Graphic Button Zebra Books
Mass Market Paperback

This story is set during a time when slavery on plantations still was the normal thing. Grace has a secret about her life, one that might prohibit the handsome merchant sailor, Giles Courtney, from wanting to marry her. Yet, given the chance to help her nursemaid, the girl can hardly refuse his courtship.

As the two set sail on their new life, Grace must cope with her own past and develop a sense of trust in her new husband. With so many secrets between them in their marriage they become easy targets for trouble, and trouble does find them.

For Her Love will captivate the reader from the beginning. You won’t want to put this one down. What historical fan can resist the sea setting and adventure-filled pages? The issue of slavery was dealt with on an honest, emotional level that will pull the reader in and not let them go. This is a story that slowly steals your heart and one you will remember for a long time after you read the last page.

Don't miss the second novel by Paula Reed, and a chance to revist the characters from her first!

Reviewed in December 2004 by Katy.

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