Sweet Auralie is an EPIC Finalist
Sweet Auralie, the final book of the Sweet Lenora Series, is a finalist in the EPIC books competition!
Sweet Auralie is the final story, or stories, really, of the Sweet Lenora series. The series begins with three novellas that follow Anton and Lenora Boudreaux as they meet and fall in love and through the first few years of their marriage. Sweet Auralie picks up where the last novella, All Things Returned, leaves off. A full length book divided into three parts, the story follows the couple through the next ten years. There's lots of adventure as Anton and Lenora sail to China, then, later,back to Lenora's childhood home in Salem, Massachusetts, and finally on a sea voyage from Salem to San Francisco with hopes of breaking the clipper ship speed record around the horn of South America.
You can read more about the series here and more about Sweet Auralie here
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