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Queen Elizabeth charges Sir Francis Drake and his companion, Evan Carew, to search for an heir to the throne in the New World, where they encounter love in the form of two spirited women. Original.
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  • PDF | 352 pages
  • Tor Books (June 1, 1994)
  • English
  • 8
  • Literature & Fiction

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  • By Beth S. on May 13, 2015

    I am a Susan Wiggs fan and like "historical" romance type books.

  • By Kelly (Fantasy Literature) on October 29, 2002

    I'm picky about romance novels, and this is the kind I like. It has all the right stuff--a sweeping, decades-spanning story of love lost and regained, cameos by historical figures, a compassionate hero, and a feisty heroine. It's the tale of Evan Carew, a fictional compatriot of the very real Francis Drake. Evan loses his first love to Spanish tyranny and finds happiness again with a courageous tomboy who carries a secret drop of royal blood. Fate and political machinations tear them apart---what will happen when they meet again?The only gripe I have about this book is that I wanted more! This is a long story, and parts of it seemed a little rushed,.

  • By A customer on April 25, 2004

    Wiggs starts out with interesting characters, times and events then...tries to pack in to much by the end. Too large a time frame and too many events. There just wasn't enough room for it all. Plus, it descends into melodrama during the last third.

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