In , the daughter of a well-to-do San Francisco merchant embarks on one final sea voyage with her father before she is to be married. Sailing aboard her father’s ship is all seventeen-year-old Camille Rowen has ever wanted. But as a lady in nineteenth-century San Francisco, her future is set. Sailing aboard her father’s ship is all seventeen-year-old Camille Rowen has ever wanted. But as a lady in San Francisco, her future is set: marry a man.
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Read at your own risk. Hardcoverpages. There is some reason why she shouldn’t love him, so instead of treating her with respect and letting her make up her own mind, he is rude and tries to push her away.
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The last chapter set me over the top. Even the strands of pearls, all laid out awaiting her return. Apr 07, Nicci rated frrazier really liked it Shelves: On the ship side of things, finding a crew back then was hard and most sailors had to be shanghaied into sailing since they would run away to the gold fields. Jun 02, Heather rated it really liked it. But it was easy to follow! Samuel also has a subtle complexity, and the stark contrast between the way he grew up and how Camille grew up adds another level to both characters.
EVERLASTING by Angie Frazier | Kirkus Reviews
He kisses her, and she says to stop, and he looks at her like, I’m not even sorry. Please provide an email address. Right after Camille and her father get back from angiee one last trip to Australia.
On her last voyage before the wedding, Camille learns the mother she has always believed dead is in fact alive and in Australia. Even for those who shy away from historical books, Everlasting is a great pick. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. They are back from the island trying to figure out what to do next but there are a few things that are holding them back. I can tell from the book and from interviewing the author myself that a lot of research went into the writing process.
Goodreads helps you eevrlasting track of books you want to read. Camille has learned about a map in her mother’s possession but what she didn’t know is this will lead them to a magical stone which is believed to be able to bring a dead person to life.
I really don’t need to read this book again I enjoyed the adventure. I enjoyed the first book in this series so much because of the adventures had by its resourceful protagonist.
I am going to refrain from listing them, as to avoid spoilers. She has to do this without her father and everlxsting in a long lost half brother. Camille is a strong heroine, but she’s also human.
There was no need to make a sequel, and I fear there will be a third book to follow. I liked this book Aug 01, Gemma rated it liked it. It combines adventure, romance, and a touch of mysticism into a meticulously researched historical fiction thrill ride.
He is quietly controlled but quick with the quips and has plenty of sarcasm in him. It did not feel like a stereotypical YA romance. And of course, other great characters that make you laugh and tick you off enter the mix.
I must say this because I am currently reading a novel that is driving me nuts with its absolutely overwhelming description that this author manages to create a world without descending into extreme verbosity. I was entrigued – what was the author doing with all these characters? There are some interesting and unique elements here, and it’s a quick, easy read.
Pirates of the Caribbean I swear that Angie Frazier must everlaating thrown aspects of these movies into a blender, pressed blend, and the outcome wa Everlasting is a great historical fiction story about love, adventure, and secrets and I assure you the book is better than the trailer.
Everlasting (Camille Rowen, book 1) by Angie Frazier
LOL One thing I really liked was getting to know minor characters — or at least characters with less time in the center of the action — from Everlasting. Yes, there is a love triangle. I do like Randall but Oscar is just my favorite.
Frazier cast her characters perfectly, from the strong-willed protagonist, Camille, to the perfect antagonist, Stuart McGreenery, to the delightful foil, Ira Beam. The chemistry between them is clear from the start but watching it grow as they endure everything throughout this book adds another great element.
Following his resurrection, m Oh, teenage girl romance angst. He was hilarious and came off as a man who did not take life seriously at first. So you can imagine that I have been anticipating this book in seeing what is going to happen to the characters now.