The Captain’s Nephew
All throughout the ages, someone else has always been given credit for others’ work. People with special connections, connections in higher places, have gotten the praise while those who actually did the work were simply swept under the rug. It’s worse when it’s family trying to promote family. This is what Alexander Clay, first lieutenant of the Agrius, faces while onboard. He simply wishes for his drastic and dangerous feats to be recognized and for credit to be given where credit is due. With war raging through every turn, Clay must choose between duty and honor. He must win the heart of his beloved, Lydia Browning, and try to keep his honor and the Agrius afloat. Winning the heart of your beloved isn’t easy when you have to jump through the rings of high social standards. The Captain’s Nephew is one whirlwind of a ride, excellently detailed, and had me clinging to every page. It’s beautifully written with wonderful details that will have the readers sitting on the edge of their seats until the very end of the book.
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|Author||Philip K Allan|
|Page Count||366 pages|
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