- File Size: 942 KB
- Print Length: 396 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Leen Elle Books; 1 edition (July 20, 2014)
- Publication Date: July 20, 2014
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00AW1NNA6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #216,145 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Five Sisters Kindle Edition
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Mary is the oldest (at 21), and the most beautiful. She is also flirty and coy, and practically every sailor on the ship is enamored with her. Her fiancee recently left for Brighton to begin school to become a doctor. During her absence from him, she questions their love and doubts her choice to marry him.
Sara is practical and bookish. She is neither flirtatious nor romantic. She falls in love with a man she never expected and has to fight for her love, while keeping everyone else together.
Nora is a hopeless romantic. She instantly falls for the most gorgeous man on board (Ben) and desperately tries to gain his attentions through her schemes, never suspecting there's another on board who looks at her the same way she looks at Ben.
Emy is sweet and shy. Painfully bashful, she harbors a deep love for a man who has no idea of her affection. Although the sisters are so close they know almost everything about each other, she can't bring herself to confess her love to them. Will she ever win the heart of the man she desires? Will she be able to overcome her quiet nature to reach out to him?
Gail, the youngest, is the wild one of the crew.Read more ›
Also, tons of grammatical and spelling errors-common enough in Kindle versions, but way too many to simply ignore. I stopped reading half way through, as I couldn't take any more of the contradictions in time and grammar mistakes. The writer has potential, but needs to put in the effort of research before attempting a piece like this one.
Without question the author has never so much as set foot on a sailboat. Neither has she bothered to find out what life aboard a sailing vessel would have been like during the--nebulous--period that provides the--nebulous--setting for her story.
An author who can't be asked to spend time and effort on their writing, cannot expect me to spend time and effort on reading her work.
There were many spelling and grammatical errors and the author clearly does not have a good grounding in the English language.
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ENJOYED reading this book. I have not read a book in a long time with a lot of inappropriate language and sex. I really appreciated the story line. I would recommend this book.Published 1 day ago by Belinda Tellez
This is the first book I have read by this author. I took a chance as there were no reviews to judge by. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Laura V.
Great read about timeless values, emotions, trials and tribulations. Loved the long epilogue, want to know more about the family and the future for all the children of the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Laura Hay
I enjoyed the struggle, love and happiness each sister found. If we all could find happiness, this world would be a better placePublished 4 months ago by Betty Ray
Sort of wished the small ship they crossed the Atlantic on had gone down as it was so boring :-(Published 4 months ago by midwestmouse