Between Two Shores




      Between Two Shores
The daughter of a Mohawk mother and French father in 1759 Montreal, Catherine Duval finds it is easier to remain neutral in a world that is tearing itself apart Content to trade with both the French and the British, Catherine is pulled into the fray against her wishes when her British ex fiance, Samuel Crane, is taken prisoner by her father Samuel asks her to help him escape, claiming he has information that could help end the war.Peace appeals to Catherine, but helping the man who broke her heart does not She delays until attempts on Samuel s life convince her he s in mortal danger Against her better judgment she helps him flee by river, using knowledge of the landscape to creep ever closer to freedom Their time together rekindles feelings she thought long buried, and danger seems to hound their every mile She s risked becoming a traitor by choosing a side, but will the decision cost her even than she anticipated Download Between Two Shores by Jocelyn Green – heartforum.co.uk

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      Between Two Shores
 By Jocelyn Green IBN : 0764219081 Format : Paperback – heartforum.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 400 pages
  • Between Two Shores
  • Jocelyn Green
  • English
  • 14 February 2017
  • 0764219081

10 thoughts on “ Between Two Shores

  1. Jocelyn Green says:

    I m not going to review my own book but I will just say this novel is unlike any other I ve written to date It took some bravery and courage to take the story where I did, and I m hoping it resonates with the people this book was meant to touch You may notice feathers on the ...

  2. Staci says:

    My heart feels like it s been drug across rocks between two shores It s hurting for a number of reasonssquandered relationships, hungry people, orphaned children, widows, love lost and so much .Among the backdrop of the Seven Years War is Catherine Duval, the daughter of a Mohawk mother and French father She is torn between a desire to live with the People and her father who has no one else after he divorces.This novel includes a great deal of beautiful imagery and symbolism So many o My heart feels like it s been drug across rocks between two shores It s hurting for a number of reasonssquandered relationships, hungry people, orphaned children, widows, love lost and so much .Among the backdrop of the Seven Years War is Catherine Duval, the daughter of a Mohawk mother and French father She is torn betwee...

  3. Deanne Patterson says:

    From the very first book I read by Jocelyn Green I was impressed and just when you think she couldn t possibly top her other books, she amazingly does Once I started I just couldn t put it down, reading 75% the first day I am always so impressed with the research she puts into her books to make them accurate and this is one of the reasons I love historical fiction, what I can learn from it.The book drew me into it s depths and I really felt as though I was there with these amazing characters Ca From the very fir...

  4. Sarah Grace Grzy says:

    2.5 stars.This book was my most anticipated 2019 release Green has quickly become my favorite historical fiction author, so I was greatly looking forward to reading Between Two Shores Unfortunately, I was a bit disappointed The cover is honestly the best thing about this book.I loved the rich, complex plots in the previous Jocelyn Green books I have read, so I had high hopes for this one But to be honest, this book really didn t feel like it had a plot for the first three quarters of it The 2.5 stars.This book was my most anticipated 2019 release Green has quickly become my favorite historical fiction author, so I was greatly looking forward to reading Between Two Shores Unfortunately, I was a bit disappointed The cover is honestly the best thing about this book.I loved the rich, complex plots in the previous Jocelyn Green books I have read, so I had high hopes for this one But to be honest, this book really didn t feel like it had a plot for the first three quarters of it The first 45% was almost entirely backstory, and therefore the story took seemingly forever to get going The ending was very sweet, and I was happy to see some reconciliation between certain characters I also loved the themes of faith The final few scenes were very powerful Although I feel like they could have been farimpactfu...

  5. Susan says:

    A must read for historical fiction fans Through vivid prose and rich historical detail, Jocelyn Green proves once again that she is a master storyteller Through a strong heroine and supporting cast, Green allows the reader to experience the turmoil and hardship experienced by the Canadian settlers and native Indians during the seven years of the French and Indian War In Catherine Stands Apart, we have a strong yet vulnerable heroine who is searching for a place to belong The image of standin A must read for historical fiction fans Through vivid prose and rich historical detail, Jocelyn Green proves once again that she is a master storyteller Through a strong heroine and supporting cast, Green allows the reader to experience the turmoil and hardship experienced by the Canadian settlers and native Indians during the seven years of the French and Indian War In Catherine Stands Apart, we have a strong yet vulnerable he...

  6. Beth says:

    What a poignant, heart stirring book Words are always hardest to find for the stories that I love most Catherine Duval is such an inspiring character, both for her admirable qualities, but evenso for her flaws As one that has moved easily between the worlds of her French father and her Mohawk mother, Catherine seeks the peace that comes with remaining neutral However, neutrality is becoming a dangerous place to be on both shores, so she must decide what isimportant choosing a s What a poignant, heart stirring book Words are always hardest to find for the stories that I love most Catherine Duval is such an inspiring character, both for her admirable qualities, but evenso for her flaws As one that has moved easily between the worlds of her French father and her Mohawk mother, Catherine seeks the peace that comes with remaining neutral However, neutrality is becoming a dangerous place to be on both shores, so she must decide what isimportant choosing a side may ultimately mean peace and survival for many, but the revelations that come along with it may mean discord, not peace, for her inner world.What else to say about this beautiful book The secondary characters, of which there are several, are layered and oh so human Even the a...

  7. Susie Finkbeiner says:

    I have read every single one of Jocelyn Green s novels and I speak with authority when I say that Between Two Shores is her finest work Her story is compelling as usual, her characters well developed and authentic, her research done with the utmost integrity, the prose laced with beautiful imagery But there was something about this story...

  8. Sarah Sundin says:

    In Between Two Shores, Jocelyn Green brings to life the perilous times of the French Indian War in Canada Lush descriptions and compelling characters make reading this story a rich experience Along the way, Catherine faces truths about herself and the Lord that resonated with me Don t miss th...

  9. Laura says:

    Richly historic, even haunting, Green pens a remarkable tale of the clash of cultures and the quest for enduring love Between Two Shores is extraordinary storytelling, showcasing an unforgettable heroine...

  10. Stephenia McGee says:

    With emotional depth, layered characters, and an adventure that sweeps you away, Between Two Shores delivers it all Green once again transports the reader to an intricately constructed era, her attention to historical details adding authenticity to ...

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