Kitty

Challinor, Deborah

Series: Book one of the Smuggler's wife series
Notes
350 pages
New Zealand author
Summary: When 18-year-old Kitty Carlisle's father dies unexpectedly in Norfolk in 1838, Kitty and her mother are left impoverished. Kitty is disgraced after being discovered in a compromising position with an unscrupulous man, and she is banished to New Zealand with her missionary uncle and his wife. In the Bay of Islands, missionaries struggle to establish Victorian England across the harbour from the infamous whaling port of Kororaraka, Hell-Hole of the Pacific. Kitty falls in love with Rian Farrell, a sea captain, but Rian has secrets of his own. Then shocking events force her to flee once more
Smuggler's wife series ;
bk. 1
Librarian's Miscellania
20170505010309.0
location edition bar code due date
Fiction Shelves A6608
24/11/2020
genre:Historical fiction
New Zealand stories
Australian stories
Love stories
Historical fiction
Love stories
dewey:CHA
ISBN:9781775549635
pub:2015