Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Shenandoah Crossings By:Lisa Belcastro

Spunky Tess Roberts is more than ready for a grand adventure-and a lasting love-of her own. And the Shenandoah might be her last chance. Tisbury, Massachusetts, Martha's Vineyard: Tess Roberts may live on Martha's Vineyard, vacation spot for movie stars and presidents, but the Island feels anything but idyllic. Tess has had it with lousy dates, lying, cheating men, and the rules that forbid her from working on her family's centuries-old schooner, Shenandoah. Lucky for Tess, she knows a secret-the Shenandoah has magical powers. Her best friend, Rebecca O'Neill, once stayed in Cabin 8 and discovered a time portal that transported her to 1775. A month after Rebecca's "disappearance," Tess's father, brother, and Shenandoah's annoying first mate, Hawk, plan to shut down the time travel for good by dismantling the cabin. But what if Rebecca might someday need to come home? What if Tess isn't ready to say good-bye forever? Sneaking onto the ship late at night, Tess slips into Cabin 8 and drifts off to sleep. She wakes anchored off the New England coast amidst the American Revolution in 1776. The British frigate HMS Greyhound has seized Shenandoah and taken the crew, cargo, and all onboard hostage. To make matters worse, Hawk is relentlessly tracking her, determined to bring her back to the twenty-first century against her will. Sparks begin to fly, from more than cannonballs and gunpowder.... A Vineyard Romance: Romance, history, adventure. Get swept into the exciting Winds of Change series. Book 2. Don't miss Book 1: Shenandoah Nights.
This book is very well written and has a great story line, i love how it is set in two different time periods; the 1775's and the present. It was very well written and is a great read. I am a huge lover of Historical Fiction so this book was a very enjoyable book for me to read. I would recommened this to those who love historical fiction set in the 1775. I recieved this book for review through the Author to write an honest review.

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