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Boston Jane: Wilderness Days

by Jennifer L. Holm

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A good read. Didn't like it as much as the first book in the series, but I'm glad I read it. ( )
  ShannaRedwind | Mar 31, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0060290439, Hardcover)

"Remember -- you make your own luck."

Abandoned in Washington Territory by her faithless fiancé, Jane Peck prepares to return home to Philadelphia -- only to learn that the life she once knew is no more. Lost and alone, Jane must make a new home for herself as the only pioneer woman in the primitive settlement of Shoalwater Bay. Armed with little more than her finishing-school education, Jane is left to survive everything from the disagreeable habits of her unkempt landlord to the infuriating flawlessness of Shoalwater's latest arrival, Mrs. Frink. All this, as well as a blossoming romance and a perilous manhunt, awaits Jane as she matches wits with the wilderness.

The second book of the Boston Jane trilogy, this remarkable, suspense-filled adventure pits Jane Peck against some of her deepest fears in the wild, uncharted frontiers of friendship, love, and the Pacific Northwest.

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Far from her native Philadelphia, Miss Jane Peck continues to prove that she's more than an etiquette-schooled graduate of Miss Hepplewhite's Young Ladies Academy as she braves the untamed wilderness of Washington Territory in the mid 1850s.

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