Napoleon himself never gave Captain Gideon Radcliffe as much trouble as Miss Marian Murray. The fiercely protective governess won't rest until she gains permission for the daughters of his late cousin to stay on at Gideon's newly inherited estate. He agrees to let Cissy and Dolly remain at Knightley Park for Christmas. But by springtime they - and Marian - must go. Marian is prepared to believe the captain a tyrant. The truth is far more complicated. Gideon is a kind yet solitary man who sees the navy as his only sanctuary. Can Marian's unwavering faith, and the children's Christmas cheer, convince him he's found safe harbour at last?
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Deborah is a bit skeptical, but her parents assure her she talked at the precocious age of seven months — and she's been telling stories ever since.
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As a child, she devoured the entire canon of fellow Maritimer, L. M. Montgomery. (Rilla of Ingleside and Jane of Lantern Hill are favorites). Her prize for winning an essay contest about a local heroine was a colorful volume of Churchill's Heroes of History, which sparked her interest in the past.
During a decade spent tracing her...
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