This is the third book in Katharine Ashe's Prince Catcher's series. The oldest of three sisters is Eleanor Caulfield. She is four years older than the youngest sister.
The sisters were in a shipwreck and washed ashore. They have to try and realize a reading that a gypsy elder told them of their birthright. Upon washing ashore the sisters only have an expensive ring. They end up in an orphanage run by an evil headmistress. The author takes you through the coming of age of the girls. You get a lot of much suspense and mystery. Then Katharine Ashe leads you through the book right along with the sisters as they try to make their way and find their own worlds.
Katharine Ashe tells readers about all that the girls lost and what they will find on their journeys. It will keep you on the edge of your seat.
I recommend reading this book if you fall in love with stories of love and love lost and how it may come back again. You may find yourself with a few tears and a few smiles as you go through the pages. You will find yourself feeling all the emotions that the characters feel.
In the third in Katharine Ashe's Prince Catchers series, the eldest of three very different sisters must fulfill a prophecy to discover their birthright. But if Eleanor is destined to marry a prince, why can't she resist the scoundrel who seduced her?
She can pour tea, manage a household, and sew a modest gown. In short, Eleanor Caulfield is the perfect vicar's daughter. Yet there was a time when she'd risked everything for a black-eyed gypsy who left her brokenhearted. Now he stands before her—dark, virile, and ready to escort her on a journey to find the truth about her heritage.
Leaving eleven years ago should have given Taliesin freedom. Instead he's returned to Eleanor, determined to have her all to himself, tempting her with kisses and promising her a passion she's so long denied herself. But if he was infatuated before, he's utterly unprepared for what will happen when Eleanor decides to abandon convention—and truly live . . .