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Brothers of Baird's Cove: Renegade (Volume 1) Paperback – July 20, 2015
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Top Customer Reviews
Smuggling, passion, love and romance makes for an interesting and intriguing story. Well written with engaging characters and a unique storyline.
Well done! Can't wait to read the next installment and learn more if Holt's story. He's the heir and oldest brother of Baird's Cove. An enjoyable read!
*Received for an honest review from the publisher via Net Gallery*
Heat rating: Mild
Reviewed by: April R, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More
Renegade takes place in the Charleston, SC region. I’ve recently moved near that area so it was fun to read about places I've been and learn more about Charleston at this poignant time in its history, from the unique perspectives of the book's characters. That’s one of the things I love most about Caroline's books - they are undoubtedly alluring, romantic stories to read but she also adds in numerous fun and relevant historical facts that I actually retain because now I have memorable characters to associate them with (and there certainly are memorable characters in this book)!
If you liked her other series, are intrigued by the history of the South during Reconstruction or are just looking for a can't-put-it-down book, Renegade has you covered!!
I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did!
McKee Baird, aka Mac, has always had a problem with authority. His father was an unforgiving taskmaster of a man, and Mac spent a lot of his childhood hiding away with a young slave named Robert who became his closest friend. When the Civil War rolled around (or the War Between the States as it was known then), he knew enlisting would not serve either him or the army well so he took to the seas instead. Now he is the owner of Baird Shipping. and his ship the Polaris is both his home and his freedom. When Eugenia Middleton, a friend of his deceased mother, approached him about a joint moneymaking (read: smuggling) opportunity, he saw it as one more way to thumb his nose at authority. When he arrives at Eugenia's home, Beckett, late one evening, he is stunned to find a young woman falling out of a tree directly into his arms.
Rebecca Beckett Middleton, aka Becks, is a woman ahead of her time. She is a free spirit with a strong will, and she loves her home above all else. Beckett is a safe haven for former slaves, and those people have become her family as much as her half-sister Pearl who was born to Becks' daddy and a slave woman. When Pearl's mother died, Eugenia took pity on the baby and raised her right alongside Becks. Now, Becks is at the river edge covered in mud as she catches the next day's meal when she spots a small boat coming up river. Deciding to hide in the nearest tree, she is gawking at the extremely handsome man with the appearance of a pirate when she loses her balance and falls. Fortunately he is there to catch her, not just this time but so many times in the future.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Caroline Lee's stories are perfect light material for reading while traveling. She develops fun characters, interesting historical backdrops, and couples you can't help but love.Published 9 months ago by Kim
This was a really good read. I very much enjoyed it. I loved the characters and the plot. I would recommend it to anyone.Published 10 months ago by Molly B. Laird
I'm not a normal reader of historical romances. Caroline Lee's foray into 1877 Charleston was a fascinating look into the South as the North is set to leave. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amber C Carlyle
Being familiar with the Low Country of South Carolina, I was eager to read this historical romance. And I was not disappointed. Ms. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Elizabeth H.
Enjoy reading romance or even reading about history. Well this book has it all. Brothers of Baird’s Cove: Renegade is a historical romance set in 1877 McKee Baird never fought in... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Katherine Yearwood