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As you can see, I am on Blogger. I've been here since I launched the blog at the start of 2011, so heading for the ten-year mark. Once or twice I've considered a change, but I've always stayed put. It's free, easy to use, and I've never had any trouble with it--touch wood.
It was only when the Coastmaster turned to remonstrate the old man struggling to load the Seigfried's voluminous trunk that Arden Beacon seized the moment and made her escape.
From page 56:
Unfortunately, when Arden put on the flowing layers of fabric the next day, they had the opposite effect to the one she had hoped for.
A sensational debut novel perfect for fans of Outlander and The Binding. This is gothic, epic, romantic fantasy at it’s very best; a tale of magic, intrigue on dangerous waters and a love story for the ages.
When Arden Beacon is sent to the lighthouse, she is simply a woman with a job to do. She neither seeks, nor expects, distraction. After years tainted by disappointment, Arden is finally taking up her family’s profession. She must prove herself worthy of her name, for she has nothing else.
But the coast she has been tasked with lighting is far from the world she knows – the salt-swept, backwater town of Vigil is battered by a sea teeming with colossal, ancient beasts. It is a place of secrets, rumours and tight-lipped expectations of a woman’s place.
More than anyone, the folk of Vigil whisper about Arden’s new neighbour, Jonah Riven, hunter of leviathans. He murdered his wife, they whisper – a perfect, golden girl, full of charm and potential. So very different to Arden Beacon.
They say he is as much a monster as his prey, but Arden cannot get this dark stranger out of her head.