Jasmine Sea - Phillipa Nefri Clark

Jasmine Sea

By Phillipa Nefri Clark

  • Release Date - Published: 2017-11-14
  • Book Genre: Historical
  • Author: Phillipa Nefri Clark
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 145 Ratings)

Jasmine Sea Phillipa Nefri Clark read online review & book description:

The romance grows… and the mystery deepens. The storm on the horizon isn’t all from mother nature.

Happy in her new life in River’s End, Christie Ryan loves the little cottage she’s renovating and the man she longs to marry.

But that happiness is shaken when a mysterious woman commissions a painting from Martin Blake, insisting on secrecy and creating undercurrents of suspicion.

The cottage is targeted as part of a shocking crime spree as pressure mounts for it to be sold. When Christie finds herself at odds with Martin over her safety, their disagreement sets in motion a series of events playing straight into the hands of the one person who wants to destroy everything she’s worked so hard to build.

In a heart-stopping series of events, Christie comes face to face with her greatest fear… and there is no going around it.

Jasmine Sea follows on from The Stationmaster's Cottage, with heart-pounding suspense and heartwarming joy.

Recommended reading order:

The Stationmaster's Cottage

Jasmine Sea

The Secrets of Palmerston House

The Christmas Key

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  • Jasmine Sea

    By BayouBelle8
    A truly lovely story with lots of sweet romance, intrigue and humorous moments, not to mention many happy tears. In my opinion, every woman should have a Martin to love her.

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