A Perfect Stranger

A Perfect Stranger IN HIS ARMSThe Castle Walk the Peabody and the Lambeth Stroll dancer Isabel Golightly could do them all and never miss a step She s the toast of the Titanic and the center of attention in its most

  • Title: A Perfect Stranger
  • Author: Alice Duncan Anne Robins
  • ISBN: 2940000903360
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Nook
  • IN HIS ARMSThe Castle Walk, the Peabody, and the Lambeth Stroll dancer Isabel Golightly could do them all and never miss a step She s the toast of the Titanic, and the center of attention in its most elegant ballroom The swells don t have to know that she and her little daughter aren t traveling in first class, and Isabel doesn t care Nothing can go wrong They reIN HIS ARMSThe Castle Walk, the Peabody, and the Lambeth Stroll dancer Isabel Golightly could do them all and never miss a step She s the toast of the Titanic, and the center of attention in its most elegant ballroom The swells don t have to know that she and her little daughter aren t traveling in first class, and Isabel doesn t care Nothing can go wrong They re on their way to a new life in America Then, amid the terrifying chaos before the great ship goes down, a gentleman a perfect stranger puts them into the last lifeboat They owe their lives to him but shell never know his name HIS HEARTRescued by a quirk of fate, Somerset FitzRoy remembers little about his ordeal in the icy water But he cannot forget the frightened child who begged him for help that night and her mother s beautiful face haunts his dreams Days later, he is overjoyed to find Isabel and Eunice among the survivors in New York Will she remember him She must because their love was meant to be.

    One thought on “A Perfect Stranger”

    1. The author did quite a bit of research for this book and it is easy to see in the details that she provides. I would not consider this a Titanic based book though it did have involvement in the beginning of the story. each of the characters are detailed in their portrayals and have their own personality. It was a good book just read a little slow for me.

    2. Read this book because it was a romance that started on the Titanic. The story moved quickly for me. The characters acted very "real" life. I really enjoyed the super smart, six-year-old, Eunice. I did enjoy the happy ending. In the future I might read this author again.

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