The Rhiannon's Keepers

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In 1856, after the death of her great uncle, Jason, Melissa James becomes the Crescent Island lighthouse keeper and in control of a large inheritance. To help her fellow inhabitants, she buys a small ship, The Rhiannon. Unfortunately, the only crew she can hire is a former pirate crew with the attractive captain, Philip Morgan. He could be Melissa's downfall and possibly for the village as well. More

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About B. Lin Standley

B. Lin Standley grew up in the New England town that started the salem witch trials, Danvers, Mass. She developed a talent for story telling from having the imaginary friends that comes from being an only child, her surroundings, and the stories that her father would tell.
As an adult, B: Lin joined the US Army and became a medic. Later she added chemical warefare defense to her training. After her military career, she became a Medical Technologist and has a B.S. in biology.
B. Lin now enjoys her life in Montana

About the Series: Crescent Island
As the Castillian Kingdom prevents war with a demonic king in Valance, Crescent Island is the stopping point. With the help of the fallen angels in the island monastery, various young ladies on the island become the unknown warriors against the evil that tries to take over the island in a step to gain access to the Castillian kingdom.

Also in Series: Crescent Island

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Sabrina C reviewed on on April 12, 2014

I'm absolutely in love with this story. It was told in such a beautiful manner and has most definitely become a favourite I will read again. Thank you for crafting such a wonderful story, it's one I will definitely not forget.
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kimberly redin reviewed on on Jan. 30, 2014

I'm from a seaside town and loved this book. I liked the descriptions, it made me feel I was actually there. loved the character development of the main character Melissa and her budding romance. I would recommend this book.
(reviewed 64 days after purchase)
oster11 reviewed on on Dec. 31, 2013

For anyone who is looking for something to read, I recommend this book. The story is really good and so is the main character, it keeps your interest throughout. Five out of five stars.
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