The Sailor And the Siren (Sailors and Saints #2)

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As a child, Andrew Brooks was pressed into service on a merchant ship, but a boy who lacked sea legs was little use. Before they decided to throw him overboard, they discovered a talent worthy of a place on board. Little Andrew was a gifted musician.
Now a man grown, he hears of a school that offers sailors a chance to better themselves and takes a chance to walk away from the high seas.
Taking what he learns at the Sailor’s Rest School, he finds a job managing the cargo on a steamboat working its way up and down the Mississippi River.

Working aboard a steamboat named The Siren, Rosemary Tillman has worked her way up into the kitchen as an assistant to the cook, but every free minute she has is spent watching the shows in the concert room, dreaming of singing before adoring crowds and sharing her love of music.
When Andrew hears her singing, he compliments her talent, and opens an entirely new world for her.
Rosemary and Andrew begin to forge futures for themselves on the Mississippi, but like all bright stars in the sky there are clouds willing to douse their light. Can these two glide along the river of life together, or will they run aground when trouble comes a calling?

Author Note: This is a SWEET HISTORICAL ROMANCE set in the later part of the 1800s.

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