[Reading] ➾ Toward the Midnight Sun By Eoin Dempsey – Agedanna.info

Toward the Midnight Sun A story well toldThe author took a least covered time in history and made it enjoyable He made it seem real as a time like that had happened in history The subject of gays of that era was well written. Good readGood book Started reading it and couldn t put it down Looking forward to reading some of his other books Like his writing style. Pretty goodThe story of the 1897 Alaska gold rush and a young woman sent off to marry the Klondike King was a bit predictable, but good enough I read it in a day as it was an easy read The descriptions of travel by hundreds of hopeful prospectors began well enough, although a bit shortened The idea that such gold fever despite the rugged conditions is hard to understand, but true The plot, as I say, was too predictable given the relationships nurtured early on in the story.I would recommend to readers of historical fiction and romance with the caveat mentioned above. From The Bestselling Author Of White Rose, Black Forest Comes A Page Turning Epic Of Adventure, Suspense, And Romance Set Against The Rich And Ruthless Backdrop Of The Klondike Gold Rush Seattle, Anna Denton Is Not Like The Other Prospectors Traveling To The Yukon On The Promise Of Riches It S Duty Not Profit That Calls Her Into The Wild Unknown With Her Family Nearing Financial Ruin, Anna Has Agreed To Marry Henry Bradwell, The Wealthy King Of The KlondikeShe Meets Will And Silas, Childhood Friends, On The Steamer North After The Ship Docks In A Lawless Alaska Town, Anna S Chaperones Run Afoul Of Local Criminals, Leaving Her Stranded Will And Silas Agree To Escort Her The Hundreds Of Treacherous Miles To Dawson City The Gateway To The Goldfields And Her Betrothed, A Man She Doesn T KnowUpon Their Arrival, Bradwell Warmly Welcomes Them All But As A Brutal Winter Sets In, Relations Sour, And Anna Is Caught Between The Promise Her Family Made To The Power Hungry Bradwell And Her Feelings For Will Anna And Her Companions Soon Find Themselves In A Deadly Game Where Few Can Be Trusted And Where The Greatest Danger In The Frozen Wilderness Of The Klondike Is Man Himself

About the Author: Eoin Dempsey

Eoin Dempsey was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1977 He grew up in the beautiful Dublin suburb of Dalkey, where he and his friends would jump into the icy waters of the Irish Sea during summertime to prove their manliness Eoin had a fantastic time attending Blackrock College, where he played rugby poorly and did his best to coast his way through Eoin s first ambition was to play rugby for

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