Silk (Heart of India, #1)



PDF Epub Silk Heart Of India, 1 By Linda Lee Chaikin Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Two Worlds Clash As A Young English Heiress And An Orphaned Boy, An Untouchable, Become Inextricably Entwined,Coral Kendall Is An Heiress To The Kingscote Silk Plantation In Northern India In The Last Decade Of The 1700s Breaching Cultural Boundaries And Shunning The Scorn Of Her Wealthy English Family, She Adopts A Young Orphaned Boy, An Untouchable From The Bottom Of The Hindu Class System, And Brings Him Into Her Home Despite Their Contrasting Cultures And Backgrounds, The Bond Of Love That Develops Between Coral And Gem Is That Of A Mother And Son But Tragedy Strikes When The Boy Is Abducted And The Body Later Found In The River.Was There A Reason To Believe That Gem Did Not Perish Was The Boy S True Identity What She Had Been Led To Believe How Could She Discover The Truth One Man May Hold The Key To Her Son Can She Discover The Truth And Win The Struggle For The Seagoing Trader S Heart A Fascinating New Historical Series From The Time Of William Carey.Silk (Heart of India, #1)

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  • Paperback
  • 348 pages
  • Silk (Heart of India, #1)
  • Linda Lee Chaikin
  • English
  • 09 June 2017
  • 1556612486

10 thoughts on “Silk (Heart of India, #1)

  1. says:

    This book was very exotic and historically detailed it was like I was in India, under the East India Company I loved Jace, and look forward to seeingof him and the heroine together It would have been a four star book for me, except I had a hard time getting through some of the darkness in the story I know death and loss are a part of life, but it just seemed unnecessary Which is realistic But too realistic for me I have a hard time with deaths of those kinds of characters Other tha This book was very exotic and historically detailed it was like I was in India, under the East India Company I loved Jace, and look forward to seeingof him and the heroine together It would have been a four star book for me, except I had a hard time getting through some of the darkness in the story I know death and loss are a part of life, but it just seemed unnecessary Which is realistic But too realistic for me ...

  2. says:

    Silk is a Christian historical novel set in 1793 to 1799 in northeast India and in London, England This book is the first in a trilogy, but I didn t realize that when I picked it out I kept waiting for the pace to pick up so that something would get resolved before the end, but it didn t Very little was resolved, and it ended like the end of a chapter instead of the book The next book does, indeed, pick up exactly where this one left off Though the back cover book description indicates t Silk is...

  3. says:

    This is a FANTASTIC trilogy that deserves to be better known My favorite of the books is the second, Under Eastern Stars One of the best things about this series is that the characters personal relationships with Jesus was strongly emphasized was reminded of this by someone else s review Having read a lot of historical Christian fiction, I ve been disappointed several times with the fact that authors market their stories as Christian, but instead focus almost solely on a love story that This is a FANTASTIC trilogy that deserves to be better known My favorite of the books is the second, Under Eastern Stars One of the best things about this series is that the characters personal relationships with Jesus was strongly emphasized was reminded of this by someone else s review Having read a lot of historical Christian fiction, I ve been disappointed several times with the fact that authors market their stories as Christian, but instead focus almost solely on a love story that, in many cases, is mushy, over written, and unnecessarily descriptive The Christian element is limited to a quick prayer to God at the climax of the conflict, the prayer being answered, and the main character thanking God And that s it Great, but it would be nice to see a littlecommitment to faith in Christian fiction Again, this is just in most cases of my experience, not all In contrast, relationship with need for Christ take most of the precedence in the Heart of India trilogy Silk is 1 of the books.S...

  4. says:

    This was a bit of a disappointment The christian theme was over powering and I felt unrealistic for instance the year is 1793 and the main characters mother baptizes a native in India I felt that was far fetched for the time period I kept waiting for a resolution between the love interests, only to find that the book is the first in a series that islike a soap opera than a seperate book in a series Bugging I don t think I ll read the other books in the series, the only reason I finish This was a bit of a disappointment The christian theme was over powering and I felt unrealistic for instance the year is 1793 and the main characters mother baptizes a native in India I felt that was far fetched for the time period I kept waiting f...

  5. says:

    Loved the last obvious suspense of a romantic story born and sustained through all the usual break ups Great historic setting from England to India,not forgetting Spain Great christian and spirituality setting too,atleast it makes you relate.

  6. says:

    I wish Goodreads allowed you to rate with half stars I would give this book probablyof a 3 and a half rather than a 4 star rating What I didn t like about this book 1 There were a couple weird things A woman performs a baptism at the beginning of the book and really Jace and Coral couldn t recognize each other at all after 5 years Real...

  7. says:

    I liked the setting on a silk plantation This book is part romance, part period book but doesn t have the usual romance book ending.

  8. says:

    The India silk plantation of Kingscote has always been Coral s home Her father owns Kingscote and Coral is a silk heiress But she s no ordinary silk heiress concerned only with dresses and finding a husband with wealth enough to match her own When Coral selflessly promises to raise her dying friend s baby boy, she places herself in the middle of a complex and far reaching web of secrets That some will stop at nothing to hide When the Gem, the boy that Coral has come to see as her son, is ki The India silk plantation of Kingscote has always been Coral s home Her father owns Kingscote and Coral is a silk heiress But she s no ordinary silk heiress concerned only with dresses and finding a husband with wealth enough to match her own When Coral selflessly promises to raise her dying friend s baby boy, she places herself in the middle of a complex and far reaching web of secrets That some will stop at nothing to hide When the Gem, the boy that Coral has come to see as her son, is kidnapped Coral will stop at nothing to get him back.Jace Buckley is captain of the ship Madras, British cavalry officer on occasion and keeper of a past hidden identity And his opinion of Coral ...

  9. says:

    I like books that inform me historically about a culture This is one The book is based on the cast system in India The unbreakable system is being broken by a hard headed young woman from one of the controlling families of the time Just when you are thinking, where can the book go from here , is has another interesting turn When you approach the last few chapters of the book you are very aware this book must be read as a series because none of the problems have even been remotely solved S I like books that inform me historically about a culture This is one The book is based on the cast system in India The unbreakable system is being broken by a hard headed young woman from one of the controlling families of the time Just when you are thinking, where can the book go from here , is has another interesting turn When you approach the last few chapter...

  10. says:

    AHHHH I just love this triology It is probably one of my most favorite I have read it in two languages and own it It is about a youngwoman named Coral Kendall that lives in India, with her family on the Kendall plantaion that makes silk She adopts her friend s baby boy after she her friend dies giving birth, and names the boy Gem Then one night he is forcefully taken away from her, and killed and thrown into the river But Coral has her doubts tha...

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