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The Wind and Waves: Companion book (6) of the series: Men of the Octofoil Sally Demaray Hull

The Wind and Waves: Companion book (6) of the series: Men of the Octofoil

Sally Demaray Hull

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Companion book to the series: Men of the Octofoil, it can stand alone. Eric Monroe-DuSharmes ancestors are introduced as they make their way over to America on a 17th century sailing vessel from England. Indentured servant, Josephine, is saved aliveMoreCompanion book to the series: Men of the Octofoil, it can stand alone. Eric Monroe-DuSharmes ancestors are introduced as they make their way over to America on a 17th century sailing vessel from England. Indentured servant, Josephine, is saved alive by an aristocrat named Adrian when her master is beating her to death. The only means of assuring that she would not be beaten again was to buy her indentureship, which he does, expecting to set her free. Josephine points out the fact that she has no means of supporting herself if he frees her and so becomes a member of his household, which is limited to a cabin boy and Adrians estranged father, who is the captain of the ship. Storms and pirates cripple the ship and all begin wondering if they will make it safely to America. Those who know how to pray, pray to God for help. An epilogue follows in which the characters are reunited in Heaven (or Hell, depending on the choice they made concerning their eternity while still on earth). They also meet up with the characters of Men of the Octofoil, just as one day we will meet up with one another in eternity.