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Journey to the Crimson Sea (Treasures of the Caribbean #3)
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Format: Paperback
ISBN: 0842303839
ISBN-13: 9780842303835
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers
Release Date: August, 1997
Length: 384 Pages
Weight: 12 ounces
Dimensions: 7.8 X 5.3 X 1.1 inches
Language: English
   
   

Journey to the Crimson Sea (Treasures of the Caribbean #3)

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Authors Jim and Terri Kraus conclude their trilogy of Treasures of the Caribbean in Journey to the Crimson Sea. The 17th-century Caribbean island of Barbados hosts this unique story of love, loyalty, and adventure. The meaning of forgiveness is tested as Vicar Thomas Mayhew falls in love with the reformed prostitute Eileen Palmer...
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  Great series!

Jim and Terri have been a favorite writing team of mine for some time. Their Treasures of the Caribbean trilogy was a fantastic read. I was swept up into the tropical setting and the flow of each story. I appreciated how this husband and wife team followed the same main characters through three books, from their first meeting to their first children together as a married couple and beyond. The romance was very well written, as was the adventure. I didn't own the series when I read them (library copies), but bought them later as used books because they'd gone out of print. If us readers had could vote for another print run, I'd sign this series up for consideration. Great work!