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Behold The Dream ➱ [Read] ➬ Behold The Dream By Mary Pershall ➼ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Behold the glory of dreams the thrall of desire the triumph of destinyCalifornia 1844 A land of golden opportunity as wild and free as the raging Pacific shores Lt Jerey Morgan had come to this sun dr Behold the glory of dreams the thrall of desire the triumph of destinyCalifornia A land of golden opportunity as wild and free as the raging Pacific shores Lt Jerey Morgan had come to this sun drenched paradise hoping to entire its people into the Union Butthere was resistance to the handsome Yanui's mission And there was Ariana Saldivar the beautiful willful niece of California's most powerful Don the one Behold The PDF or woman who could capture Morgan's souland change the course of history.


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  1. Misfit Misfit says:

    California 1840 dissatisfied with the Mexican government some Californios plot for an independent nation while others wish to join the United States The most powerful of the Dons Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo finds his niece Ariana Saldivar in the thick of the revolutionary plots and sends her off to a nunnery in Mexico for her own good Lt Jeremy Morgan after disgracing himself at a White House Dinner and dismissed from service arrives in Monterey with his spoiled debutante wife Beth to start a new career although he does have a private agenda of his own The Morgans soon settle into life in old Monterey but a newly pregnant Beth longs for home and the comforts of New York It doesn't take long before Jeremy is caught up in the midst of plots and counter plots as well as a growing attraction to the beautiful Ariana Can he resist her charms Better yet can he keep this budding revolutionist out of political hot water Can she accept that the old ways might die behold the dream and accept the destiny of a new California with Jeremy Inuiring minds want to know but I am not telling Despite some flaws this was a pretty entertaining read and I'd recommend it for anyone looking for on old California There were a lot of annoying flashbacks at first telling some background story but thankfully those mostly disappeared around page 100 or so While the author took pains to explain how Ariana obtained so much freedom to come and go with her revolutionary cohorts it still was just a tad too pat at times I found myself scratching my head once or twice when the amount of time that passed didn't jive with common sense those letters back and forth between the states sure came and went awfully uick let alone Beth getting pregnant right after the wedding and the long voyage to California and when they get there she's not big as a house Those uibbles aside it was fun seeing the fictional characters mixed in with real historical people Don Vallejo Thomas Larkin and John C Frémont to name a few Ariana and Jeremy really sparkled when they did get together but there just wasn't enough of that politics always got in the way and I thought this was a romance A good book just not a great one I believe there might be a seuel called Forever The Dream but I won't know until I get my hands on it


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1 thoughts on “Behold The Dream

  1. Misfit Misfit says:

    California 1840 dissatisfied with the Mexican government some Californios plot for an independent nation while others wish to join the United States The most powerful of the Dons Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo finds his niece Ariana Saldivar in the thick of the revolutionary plots and sends her off to a nunnery in Mexico for her own good Lt Jeremy Morgan after disgracing himself at a White House Dinner and dismissed from service arrives in Monterey with his spoiled debutante wife Beth to start a new career although he does have a private agenda of his own The Morgans soon settle into life in old Monterey but a newly pregnant Beth longs for home and the comforts of New York It doesn't take long before Jeremy is caught up in the midst of plots and counter plots as well as a growing attraction to the beautiful Ariana Can he resist her charms Better yet can he keep this budding revolutionist out of political hot water Can she accept that the old ways might die behold the dream and accept the destiny of a new California with Jeremy Inuiring minds want to know but I am not telling Despite some flaws this was a pretty entertaining read and I'd recommend it for anyone looking for on old California There were a lot of annoying flashbacks at first telling some background story but thankfully those mostly disappeared around page 100 or so While the author took pains to explain how Ariana obtained so much freedom to come and go with her revolutionary cohorts it still was just a tad too pat at times I found myself scratching my head once or twice when the amount of time that passed didn't jive with common sense those letters back and forth between the states sure came and went awfully uick let alone Beth getting pregnant right after the wedding and the long voyage to California and when they get there she's not big as a house Those uibbles aside it was fun seeing the fictional characters mixed in with real historical people Don Vallejo Thomas Larkin and John C Frémont to name a few Ariana and Jeremy really sparkled when they did get together but there just wasn't enough of that politics always got in the way and I thought this was a romance A good book just not a great one I believe there might be a seuel called Forever The Dream but I won't know until I get my hands on it

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