PDF DOWNLOAD [Trouble the Water] AUTHOR Jacqueline Friedland


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    review Ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × Jacqueline Friedland Jacqueline Friedland × 5 Free read review Trouble the Water 35 stars 1840’s Charleston SC slavery and the Underground Railroad when abolitionist sentiments and actions can destroy your family 1840’s England when a change in economic situation can change the life of a middle class family forcing them to send their 17 year old daughter to a place of safety with a friend in Charleston Th

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    review Trouble the Water PDF DOWNLOAD [Trouble the Water] AUTHOR Jacqueline Friedland Seventeen year old Abigail Milton is sent from England to live with family friend Douglas Elling in Charleston Abby’s family is struggling financially and they hope that she will benefit from living in an upper class home Douglas is a widow

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    PDF DOWNLOAD [Trouble the Water] AUTHOR Jacqueline Friedland review Ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × Jacqueline Friedland Jacqueline Friedland × 5 Free read Abigail Milton was living in England when her previously middle class family found itself in huge debt To ameliorate things they sent Abby to live in America There she’ll live with a family friend Douglas Elling in Charleston Elling is a widower with a foul temperament but luckily Abby is given to a governess where she is mostly left alone One day Abby finds out that Elling is going to assist in the escape of a local slave Abb

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    Jacqueline Friedland × 5 Free read review Ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × Jacqueline Friedland PDF DOWNLOAD [Trouble the Water] AUTHOR Jacqueline Friedland 1840's Charleston South Carolina This is a new to me publisherSparkPress and I must say I am very impressed with this historical fiction book they have published I am open to reading by this publisher The cover is the book is very ey

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    PDF DOWNLOAD [Trouble the Water] AUTHOR Jacqueline Friedland review Trouble the Water This book started on a gut wrenchingly vivid note but it ultimately fell flat for me Early on I thought I would not be able

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    review Trouble the Water PDF DOWNLOAD [Trouble the Water] AUTHOR Jacqueline Friedland Jacqueline Friedland × 5 Free read There’s promise in this book but it badly needs a better editor The two storylines have only marginal cross over The author totally abandons

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    PDF DOWNLOAD [Trouble the Water] AUTHOR Jacqueline Friedland review Ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × Jacqueline Friedland “𝚈𝚘𝚞 𝚐𝚘𝚝 𝚝𝚘 𝚝𝚛𝚘𝚞𝚋𝚕𝚎 𝚝𝚑𝚊𝚝 𝚠𝚊𝚝𝚎𝚛 𝚝𝚛𝚘𝚞𝚋𝚕

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    PDF DOWNLOAD [Trouble the Water] AUTHOR Jacqueline Friedland review Ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × Jacqueline Friedland review Trouble the Water I was excited for this based on all the glowing reviews but unfortunately I only made it to the halfway point and just didn't have any interest in continuing I found Abby immature and the inclusion of a debutante's POV and the machinations of

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    review Trouble the Water Jacqueline Friedland × 5 Free read review Ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × Jacqueline Friedland Thanks to BookSparks for the free review copy of this book as a part of #SRC2018I read this entire book in one day and thoroughly enjoyed thi

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    PDF DOWNLOAD [Trouble the Water] AUTHOR Jacqueline Friedland Trouble the Water is an intriguing debut novel Poverty stricken Abby is sent to America by her parents to live as the ward of wealthy fellow Englishman Douglas As Abby struggles to adjust to her new life in America she di

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Trouble the Water

Trouble the Water Read & Download æ 5 review Ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × Jacqueline Friedland Nd trust As Abby and Douglas each attempt to manage their complicated interior lives readers can’t help but hope that their meandering will lead them straight to each other Set against the vivid backdrop of Charleston twenty years before the Civil War Trouble the Water is a captivating tale replete with authentic details about Charleston’s aristocratic planter class American slavery and the Underground Railroad. Trouble the Water takes you back in time to Charleston South Carolina during the 1800 s before the Civil War Seventeen year old Abbigail Milton has arrived from England to stay with Douglas Elling a friend of her parents who have recently landed in unthinkable debtAbby is disgusted by her new guardian as she meets Douglas but first impressions aren t always what they first appear When Abby overhears him planning the escape of a local slave she is suddenly taken aback by him and finds herself falling for her benefactorI loved the rich atmosphere of this Charleston love story woven together with a strong willed woman and a kind hearted widower With the backdrop of this notorious southern city I loved seeing the involvement in the abolitionist movement and supporting the Underground Railroad Trouble the Water has a great cast of characters from Abby and Douglas to the debutante women she befriends to the slaves she meets

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Trouble the Water Read & Download æ 5 review Ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × Jacqueline Friedland Abigail Milton was born into the British middle class but her family has landed in unthinkable debt To ease their burdens Abby’s parents send her to America to live off the charity of their old friend Douglas Elling When she arrives in Charleston at the age of seventeen Abigail discovers that the man her parents raved about is a disagreeable widower who wants little to do with her To her relief he relegates her c. Seventeen year old Abigail Milton is sent from England to live with family friend Douglas Elling in Charleston Abby s family is struggling financially and they hope that she will benefit from living in an upper class home Douglas is a widower who runs a shipping company and his role as an abolitionist has made him a loner in the pre civil war South He introduces Abby to a different society full of wealth debutante balls Douglas does little to help Abby acclimate to her new surroundings He delegates her education to a governess who resides at his mansion and avoids her company Abby finds him unlikable but is appreciative of his home and financial assistance Her opinion of Douglas uickly changes when she overhears a private conversation She learns that he is secretly working to help slaves escape to the North Abby makes a bigger attempt to involve herself in Douglas life after discovering that they share similar beliefs and moralsThis is a debut novel by Jacueline Friedland Trouble The Water is a wonderful historical fiction read with an interesting assortment of characters I applaud the amount of research invested in this novel which helps brings readers back in time

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Trouble the Water Read & Download æ 5 review Ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × Jacqueline Friedland Are to a governess leaving her to settle into his enormous estate with little interference But just as she begins to grow comfortable in her new life she overhears her benefactor planning the escape of a local slave and suddenly everything she thought she knew about Douglas Elling is turned on its head Abby’s attempts to learn about Douglas and his involvement in abolition initiate a circuitous dance of secrets a. This book started on a gut wrenchingly vivid note but it ultimately fell flat for me Early on I thought I would not be able to read it I thought it was too heavy of a subject matter but it didn t end up dwelling on any aspect for too long The story was told from multiple characters perspectives and takes place primarily in Charleston South Carolina I would say there were three main characters Douglas a successful businessman in shipping Abby his temporary ward and Clover a pregnant slave It is a romance and historical fiction and is trying to do too much within the page space allottedDouglas has dealings in the Underground Railroad Abby is from Liverpool sent by her family because of her unmanageable temperament which is explained and understandable but her family doesn t understand and thinks a change of scene is in order Clover is a slave in the nearby Cunningham household Abby is in her presence maybe twice and I don t believe Douglas ever was so there was little connection between the Clover and the other MCs I felt the characterization of the Cunningham family was off They seemed like a caricature of a uintessential Southern family and their role was to show the Southern way of life with slaves throwing in facts and statistics that were suspect at times into conversation as way to show the author did the research rather than true to characterThe romance was nice enough but not very compelling Not enough time spent on the development of the relationship to be very satisfying The writing is clean and strong but it needed something to standout Not a bad read Just not a great one eitherI received a copy of this from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review