Between Two Shores By Jocelyn Green from Bethany House Publishing, the daughter of a Mohawk mother and a French father in 1759 Montréal, Catherine Duval would rather remain neutral in the world chair in itself apart. Content to trade with both the French and the British, Catherine is pulled into the seven years war against her wishes when her British ex-fiancé, Samuel Crane, is taken prisoner by her father. Samuel claims he has information that could help in the war, and he asked Catherine to help them escape.
Peace appeals to Catherine, even if help in the man who broke her heart does not. But New France is starving, and she and her loved ones may not survive another winter of conflict-induced famine. When the dangers of war arrive at her doorstep, Catherine and Samuel flee by the river towards the epicenter of the battle between England and France. She and Samuel may impact history, but she fears the ultimate cost will be higher than she could bear.
My Opinion: I like how Catherine wants to do what’s right even at the cost of losing her family. This book has twists and turns along with romance and I could feel every emotion that Catherine was going well as I read this book.
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