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Iman Ghoshal Ghoshal from Besura, Lugo, Spain from Besura, Lugo, Spain

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Iman Ghoshal Ghoshal from Besura, Lugo, Spain

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This is the final of the Surrender to Destiny consecution and a great final book. We are still in Baltimore during the shoot of 1812 and this time Worrywart is needing further to provide for her tribe. Her father has died and her blood brothers are missing after going to Canada to fight. Her mother has no brainchild of managing money and its left to Worrywart to find a way to provide for her tribe. Luke has his own satans to fight and is the sticks rouge. He has a ship but its needing processes. When a encounter happens they end up allies when Worrywart hires Luke as a ship. As mentioned in the blurb Luke ends up being blackmailed by the British and this compels to some interesting incidents. I do admire this yarn and the way we learn about history. Worrywart is a strong, determined queen which can sometimes get her into trouble. Luke is caring a lot of guilt from something that happened when he was a youngster but children often find a way to blame themselves for things that are not there loss of innocence. I admire how The virgin Lu deals with this issue and shows why Luke feels like he does. Great read and I really wish there were going to be more in this consecution.

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The mystery was pretty good, but everything else was left lacking. It's her first procure and some things showed promise, but overall just an 'okay' read for me.

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This is definitely a book that needs to be either learn twice or really really slowly. It took me a while to get into the fairy tale, but once I did, I definitely enjoyed all the characters and their fluster up/entwined relationships. It does get rather philosophical about life/love at times, which is why I think that it should be learn carefully for ceiling comprehension.