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Becoming Lady Lockwood by Jennifer Moore

Becoming Lady Lockwood by Jennifer Moore

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I have a confession to make. I adore seafaring novels of any sort. Although a landlubber down to my sparkle painted toenails and no doubt will never set foot on a boat. I can get lost in many books that deal with sailing and much of Becoming Lady Lockwood takes places on the high seas.

Not only did Moore capture so nicely the everyday of those sailors of past but created a true family on board making it so understandable how many sailors of old and new can go to war with their brothers and sisters at arms. Their family through blood, pain and tears.

Amelia Beckett is an oddity of sorts, but so lovable and understanding that she just fit into the crew without breaking the mold into a more modern fit. Even when the chips are down her inner strength pulls her through sometimes at some very heartbreaking moments.
It was Amelia's actions that prove she's not the gold-digger Captain Sir William Drake thinks sh…