Liberty by Jay Taverner

Liberty by Jay Taverner


1789  - When Rebecca 'Jude' Wiston breaks from her puritanical family in Salem, Massachusetts, she little knows the passions and dangers that await her.  Embarking on a mission to claim her inheritance, she is swept across oceans, from shipwreck to salvation - and transformed from Quaker girl to sailor boy.


Jude's ship docks in Bordeaux as revolution is brewing.  Caught up the fervour, beautiful aristrocrat Annette is drawn to the young sailor - but how can they ever build a life together when family and society are so harshly set against them?


"Liberty is a compelling spellbinding historical romance.  Jay Taverner writes with authority and insight of the struggles two women face to find the freedom to love. This book excels on so many levels - I loved it!" VG Lee

  • Details

    Imprint: Tollington Press

    Publication Date: 22/9/21

    ISBN: 9781909347205

    Pages: 351


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