The House at Thunder Cove

[PDF] The House at Thunder Cove | by ✓ Michele Y. Thomas - The House at Thunder Cove, The House at Thunder Cove When Captain Nicholas Blaize suddenly married penniless Miranda Cooke and swept her away to his family s estate on Thunder Island it seemed like a fairy tale come true to everyone except Miranda Nich [PDF] The House at Thunder Cove | by ✓ Michele Y. Thomas - The House at Thunder Cove, The House at Thunder Cove When Captain Nicholas Blaize suddenly married penniless Miranda Cooke and swept her away to his family s estate on Thunder Island it seemed like a fairy tale come true to everyone except Miranda Nich

  • Title: The House at Thunder Cove
  • Author: Michele Y. Thomas
  • ISBN: 9780821722183
  • Page: 336
  • Format: Ebook
The House at Thunder Cove

[PDF] The House at Thunder Cove | by ✓ Michele Y. Thomas, The House at Thunder Cove, Michele Y. Thomas, The House at Thunder Cove When Captain Nicholas Blaize suddenly married penniless Miranda Cooke and swept her away to his family s estate on Thunder Island it seemed like a fairy tale come true to everyone except Miranda Nicholas sister had died tragically the year before and it quickly became apparent to Miranda that she would never measure up to the memory of Julia even in her husband s toWhe [PDF] The House at Thunder Cove | by ✓ Michele Y. Thomas - The House at Thunder Cove, The House at Thunder Cove When Captain Nicholas Blaize suddenly married penniless Miranda Cooke and swept her away to his family s estate on Thunder Island it seemed like a fairy tale come true to everyone except Miranda Nich

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  • It s around 1855 Miranda was born and raised in Bombay as only child of a poor missionary couple who died of cholera when she was 17 She didn t want to remain in India and since she had no relatives, she went to New Bedford, the farthest place she could book passage to on a sailing ship Luckily a fellow passenger arranged for her to get a position as governess, as Miranda herself was not a very capable young lady The children she needed to care for were not nice, to say the least, one of the re [...]


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