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Authors Jim and Terri Kraus conclude their trilogy of Treasures of the Caribbean in Journey to the Crimson Sea. The 17th-century Caribbean island of Barbados hosts this unique story of love, loyalty, and adventure. The meaning of forgiveness is tested as Vicar Thomas Mayhew falls in love with the reformed prostitute Eileen Palmerston. Their relationship is questioned by many on the island, including Vicar Petley, who seeks to excommunicate Thomas for bringing shame to the church. Thomas faces a difficult choice: Stay with the woman he plans to marry or retain his position as vicar. And no swashbuckling adventure would be complete without a search for buried treasure and a final clash with pirates on the high seas. Journey to the Crimson Sea delivers romance, adventure, and spiritual insights in an exotic setting that all readers can enjoy.
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Reformed pirate William Hawkes leaves behind an adventurous life on the sea to settle down to a sedate existence in the Caribbean with his new wife, Kathryne. Will's close friend Thomas Mayhew also moves to the port community of Bridgetown and takes a post as vicar at the local church. With Will and Kathryne blissfully happy, Thomas wonders if his own life would be fuller if he married. When Thomas falls in love, however, the woman is Eileen Palmerston, a reformed prostitute. Both church elders and community members are horrified at the romance. Soon Thomas is forced to decide between his job and his love. Action and adventure of an unobtrusive sort give extra life to this romantic drama. Recommended, especially for those libraries with the earlier books in the series (e.g., Passages of Gold, Tyndale, 1996).
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Book Description Tyndale House Publishers, 1997. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0842303839
Book Description Tyndale House Publishers, 1997. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110842303839
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