By Megan Easley-Walsh
When she disappears, he may need to.
In the English nation-state in 1774, Caleb Haroldson and Rebecca Turrington are destined to be jointly. Stealing her inheritance to fund the lifetime of her picking out with Caleb appears like a simple adequate job for Rebecca, as she schemes with him beside the river past due one evening. yet Rebecca isn't the just one planning for her future.
When Turrington Manor is ravished by means of flames and a mysterious hooded determine on horseback seems to be, Rebecca is swept right into a plot of revenge and revolution. Is a person secure in a land the place 1000's have long gone missing?
As Rebecca struggles for her freedom and Caleb endeavors to discover her, either side of the Atlantic are poised to erupt and in all places lurks the haunting word “Across the River.”
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