Book: Daring Passage - Book Two of the Spirited Away Saga by Maggie Plummercategories: Book, Historical Romance, Native American Fiction, Early Modern Fiction, Early Modern Romance, Slavery, Early Colonial, Early Colonial America, Literary Fiction, Women's Fiction, Literary Historical Romance, Irish, Historical Fiction
Maggie Plummerabout this book: DARING PASSAGE is the much-awaited sequel to author Maggie Plummer's bestselling SPIRITED AWAY - A NOVEL OF THE STOLEN IRISH.
Fans of the first book will celebrate the publication of this 70,000-word historical novel, which tells the rest of Irish slave Freddy O'Brennan's story.
DARING PASSAGE picks up right where the first novel left the reader.
It is still 1656. Freddy is on the run, determined to protect her young children and keep her family together. This fiery young woman's strength is tested more than ever as she navigates a choking gauntlet of greed, corruption, duplicity, and bloody violence.
Romantic sparks between Freddy and the dashing Colin Shea Brophy fly, then smolder, and ultimately threaten to explode.
Freddy's tale, inspired by historical events, captures a rare, authentic glimpse into life in the New World colonies of the seventeenth century.
It took the author two and a half years to write DARING PASSAGE. Almost every writing day involved historical research, which was by far the most challenging part of writing the book.
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