Harry Jacobsen is a disgraced failure of a foreign correspondent. Fired from a respected New York City paper, he takes refuge as editor for a small weekly in a quiet town on the Chesapeake. It’s not quiet for long. A trio of children come across the sunken hulk of a black man’s racing boat, lost thirty years ago. The captain, Walker John Douglas, had crashed his vessel after killing two white women and burning down half the town in a period of racial unrest.
Her Unexpected Destiny
Melissa has a secret. One that no one can find out, because if they do, her one chance at freedom is over. Matt has a burning heart. One that’s ready to accept a woman into his life. He’ll do anything for the east coast girl who is to be his Wyoming bride—that is, until she hurts him and he’s left with his head spinning and his soul aching.