Maya's Aura - The Redemptioner
In the seventh novel in the Maya's Aura series, Maya is exploring the psychic memories of her ancestor Britta, who came to America in 1772.
Britta must become a debt slave and work as an ale wench to pay off her passage to New England. All the while she must fend off the many men who want to ruin her.
She soon runs afoul of a pirate/smuggler and must flee. More
NOTE: This is the seventh novel in the “Maya’s Aura” series.
This naughty novel of magic and mayhem begins with Maya visiting Nana, her great grandmother, who lives alone on an island in Boston Bay. Nana, a historian, is using Maya’s psychic aura to visualize the memories of their long dead foremother, Britta. The psychic memories are so vibrant, so real, that Maya looses herself to them.
Britta is a new immigrant to America who’s forced labor is auctioned on the dock to repay the cost of the ship’s fare from England. Thus she becomes a redemptioner, an indentured servant, a debt slave. Worse, because she is a comely young debt slave, everyone assumes that her body is for hire.
Welcome to the adventures of a teen who is forced to work as an ale wench in a tavern in Rhode Island, where she runs afoul of a local smuggling boss. When she flees from the smuggler, her bond is sold to a slaver, supposedly to be a maid. When adultery turns into murder, she flees to Boston with the slaver’s wife.
All the while Britta is hoping a praying to find a kind man to marry her and save her from bondage. All the while she must fend off the many men who want to ruin her.