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The Captain's Girl

Narrated by: Penelope Freeman
Series: Cornish Saga, Book 2
Length: 12 hrs and 24 mins
Categories: Fiction, Sagas
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Cornwall, 1793. As the French Revolution threatens the stability of England, so too is discontent brewing in the heart of Celia Cavendish. Promised to the brutal Viscount Vallenforth, she must find a way to break free from the bounds of a life stifled by convention and cruelty.

Celia enlists her neighbours, Sir James and Lady Polcarrow, in the hope of escaping her impending marriage and making a new life for herself. But can the Polcarrows' mysterious friend Arnaud, captain of the cutter L'Aigrette, protect Celia from a man who will let nothing stand in the way of his greed? And will Arnaud himself prove to be friend...or foe?

©2017 Nicola Pryce (P)2018 Soundings

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  • 15-03-2019

Sweet adventure love story.

Thoroughly enjoyed this book. Loved the way it was written and the narrator did a spectacular job performing all the parts. Just what I was looking for. A nice balance of adventure and love mixed well for a sweet little story. Having spent some time in Cornwall, this book took me back and it was like I was right there. I bought a hard copy of The Cornish Dressmaker while spending time in Falmouth and I look forward to reading that next! Highly recommend this book and hope to see more from Nicola Pryce.