Saturday 8 January 2022

My Constant Lady by Jane Fenwick

My Constant Lady by Jane Fenwick


Chill with a Book READERS’ Award

My Constant Lady  was read and evaluated by THREE Chill's readers against the following...

Were the characters strong and engaging?
 Was the book well written?
Did the story / plot have you turning the page to find out what happened next?
Was the ending satisfying?
Would you recommend to someone who reads this kind of story?

My Constant Lady – the first in the Reynolds seafaring saga. A captivating tale of love, loss and loyalty.North East Coast 1765When Gabriel Reynolds meets flame haired serving wench Eleanor Barker in a Whitby tavern little does he know it is a meeting that will change the course of his life. First she runs out on him leaving him frustrated in more ways than one. The next time they meet, in more conventional circumstances, he finds she is engaged to be married. Undeterred and back in his home town of Alnmouth Gabriel knows he has to win the love of this beguiling woman and so sets about putting his house in order. But before he can declare himself fate deals Gabriel a cruel blow. Back in Whitby, Eleanor who is in fact the daughter of a prominent local ship builder, has troubles of her own. Learning her fiancé has been untrue she ends her engagement. In revenge her spurned lover tells her about Gabriel’s past - a past she finds difficult to accept. Forced to choose between love and loss Eleanor flees to Amsterdam searching for answers. Will Eleanor’s principles jeopardise her chance of happiness or can Gabriel convince her that he is not the man he used to be? Will the course of their love ever be plain sailing?My Constant Lady - a sweeping historical story of one man’s passion for an unconventional woman.

Pages:  470
Genre: British & Irish Historical Literature

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