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Verity | Lisa T Bergren
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After leaving England behind for a new life in the West Indies with her sisters, Verity Banning wants something to call her own. Her affinity for animals inspires her to set up a business importing horses, as well as other goods in demand by the island residents. But when she arrives in the Colonies to purchase her goods, unexpected news of Captain Duncan McKintrick awaits her--as does the captain's handsome brother, Ian--whose sympathies lie with the fledgling Patriot cause. As the great-granddaughter of a British general and friend to many Loyalists, Verity believed all she wanted was a peaceful resolution. But both the Patriots and the impassioned Ian McKintrick are steadily laying claim to her heart. When faced with the decision of what--and for whom--she will fight, can she set her feet on a new path despite the danger that awaits?
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Michellekidwell
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Verity Banning wants something to call her own, she‘s left England behind and began a life in the West Indies with her sisters. Her love for animals leads her to setting up a business importing horses as well as other goods the island residents may need. When she arrives at the Colonies to purchase the goods she needs news of Duncan Mckintrick awaits her as does the Captain‘s handsome brother Ian whose sympathy lies with the Patriots.

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Booknerd2
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I really enjoyed this book. The genre is Christian Fiction but I would say its more historical romance. Verity Banning travelled to the Indies with her 2 sisters to take over their father‘s sugar plantation and fell smitten with a ship Captain. Now she sets off to America to start her own path and find her beau. She will find nothing she expects.

CrowCAH Looks right up my alley! 4mo
Booknerd2 @CrowCAH It‘s really good. The first in the trilogy is Keturah. 4mo
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