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Wednesday, August 31, 2016

To Follow Her Heart by Rebecca DeMarino Book Tour and Book Review


Duty and love are powerful forces. Only one has the power to make her life complete.
It is 1664 and Patience Terry is devastated to learn that Captain Jeremy Horton's ship has been shipwrecked off the coast of Barbados. There were no survivors. She had hoped that Jeremy would someday give up the sea and settle down with her in Southold, Long Island.

Unaware his memorial service is being planned, Jeremy sails aboard a British warship with secret orders to attack New Amsterdam and claim it for the British Crown. When he makes his surprise return to Southold--and to an overjoyed Patience--it's not quite the happily-ever-after his beloved had hoped for.

With a finely tuned sense for authentic historical characters and settings, Rebecca DeMarino plunges you into a world of tall ships, daring journeys, and yearning hearts.

Rebecca DeMarino is the author of The Southold Chronicles, a series based on the lives of her ninth great-grandparents, Mary Langton and Barnabas Horton. She inherited her love of baking and gardening from her mother; a love of horses, reading, and writing from her dad; and the wanderlust gene from both parents. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, Romance Writers of America, New England Historical Genealogical Society, and the Southold Long Island Historical Society. Learn more at www.rebeccademarino.com.

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    Rebecca DeMarino is a historical romance author and lives in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. She is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers, Romance Writers of America, The Southold Historical Society, and the New England Historic Genealogical...
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Praise for Rebecca DeMarino"A masterful weaver of history and heritage, Rebecca DeMarino laces tender love stories with vibrant threads of history and hope, wooing the heart and waking the soul in this rich New World saga."
--Julie Lessman, award-winning author of The Daughters of Boston, Winds of Change, and Heart of San Francisco series

Praise for A Place in His Heart
"This debut novel by Rebecca DeMarino, based on her ninth great-grandmother's extraordinary story, will pull you into love and loss, then sweep you across the English sea to the rolling landscapes of Long Island. Be prepared to have your heartstrings plucked to the music of God's song of love in sickness and in health, and in times of richness and want. Mary and Barnabas have been obedient to family and their faiths, but they discover that all in life does not go as planned; but with God there is always hope and abundance. A Place in His Heart is a satisfying and compelling historical romance sure to win fans early for the entire series. Bravo, Rebecca!"--Jane Kirkpatrick, bestselling author of The Memory Weaver
"A tenderly told story enriched by the author's own heritage, A Place in His Heart is sure to win readers' hearts too. Rebecca DeMarino weaves a lovely spiritual message as old and new worlds collide and love thrives amid the challenges of early America."--Laura Frantz, Christy Award finalist and author of The Mistress of Tall Acre
"DeMarino's lovely prose and engaging characters make for a promising debut."--RT Book Reviews
My review;

"To Follow Her Heart" by author Rebecca DeMarino is a wonderful story about history, love , hope and family. Patience Terry has been waiting to have a future with Captain Jeremy Horton when she is told that his ship has gone down and all on it are dead. Jeremy is not dead though and he has no idea that people think that he is. When he does return things are not what they thought they were going to be. What has happened in the time they were apart? Will they have their future the way they wanted? Will they find each other again? I really liked this story. I give this book a 5/5. I was given this book by Revell Publishing and all opinions are mine.

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