Heart's Safe Passage (The Midwives Series, Book 2)Laurie Alice Eakes
It's 1813 and all Phoebe Lee wants out of life is to practice midwifery in Loudon County, Virginia. When Belinda, her pregnant sister-in-law, presses Phoebe to accompany her onto a British privateer in order to cross the Atlantic and save her husband from an English prison, ... Read More
Captain Rafe Docherty is a man in search of revenge. His ship is no place for women, but he needs Belinda in order to obtain information about the man who destroyed his family and his life. Between Belinda's whining and Phoebe's hostility, Rafe can't help but wonder if he made the right choice.
When it becomes apparent there is an enemy among them on the ship, the stakes are raised. Will they reach the English shore in time? Can love and forgiveness overcome vengeance?
Book 2 in The Midwives series, "Heart's Safe Passage" is a stirring tale of love, intrigue, and adventure on the high seas. Readers will feel the salt spray and the rolling waves as they journey with Laurie Alice Eakes's vivid characters on the treacherous path toward redemption.
- Product type: Book
- Format: Softcover
- Release Date: Jan 5, 2012
- UPC: 9780800719852
- Height: 1
- Width: 5.5
- Length: 8.5
- Volumes/Discs: 1
- Pages: 377
- Publish Date: Feb 1, 2012
- Language: English
- BISAC: "FIC027050"
- ISBN: 0800719859
Customer ReviewsWrite your own review
- Well Written High Sea Adventure by Avid Reader on 11/29/2012
This second book in the series is in set during 1813. Mrs. Phoebe Lee has been forced upon a ship by her pregnant sister in law Belinda. Belinda made a deal with Captain Rafe Docherty to help save her husband from prison. The Irish Captain Rafe Docherty has his personal reasons for having Belinda aboard.
This is a well paced book filled with romance, revenge, secrecy and high sea adventure. The memorable characters are well rounded and there is a lovely Christian message of redemption and forgiveness.
You wont really need to read Lady in the Mist(book 1) to follow along since Pheobe is slightly introduced there.
Even though this is The Midwife Series, this book doesn't contain very detailed/graphic deliveries since it takes place in the ocean. Clean and interesting weekend read.