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'Til Morning Light by Ann Moore

'Til Morning Light (2005)

by Ann Moore

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After spending time in Kansas and Oregon, always seeking Sean among Mormon travelers, Grace decides to go to San Francisco and marry Captain Reinders. She still loves Morgan, despite knowing he is dead and can never return to her, but knows her children need a father and a home. Read the rest of the review on my blog: https://shouldireaditornot.wordpress.com/2015/01/14/til-morning-light-ann-moore/ ( )
  ShouldIReadIt | Jan 14, 2015 |
Loved this series and found this book all the more satisfying because it wrapped up the story line so well, or at least to my liking. ( )
  NHNick | Jan 5, 2015 |
'Til Morning Light is the third book in the trilogy about Gracelin O'Malley. Gracelin and her two children are in San Francisco, where she's come, deciding finally to marry Captain Reinders, only to find he's still at sea.

The book is full of surprises that I won't mention here for fear of spoilers, but suffice it to say that the ending is very satisfying.

'Til Morning Light, and the rest of the trilogy, is a wonderful look at a period of history, brought to life by the stories of these fascinating characters. ( )
  Darla | Mar 26, 2007 |
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Koop, HeinrichÜbersetzersecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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She crossed an ocean to escape the suffering of famine-torn Ireland. Haunted by loss, but determined to build a life in the New World, Gracelin O'Malley then crosses the country with her young children to accept a San Francisco sea captain's practical proposal of marriage. But when she arrives, he is not there, and the City of Gold is no place for widows and children.

When a prominent doctor offers her work in his household, Grace accepts, only to become embroiled in blackmail and betrayal at the hands of his troubled sister. As past catches up to present, Grace discovers that the city harbors one man she'd thought lost to her, and their reunion sets in motion a series of events that affects the future of everyone around them. But as Grace prepares to wed, there is one last ghost to face.

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Having left Ireland with her young children to accept a marriage proposal from a sea captain in San Francisco, Gracelin O'Malley finds herself forced to accept a job with a prominent doctor and caught up in blackmail and betrayal.

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