Charlotte: Heart of Hope

Charlotte: Heart of Hope

Cameron Dokey / Jul 21, 2019

Charlotte Heart of Hope Charlotte is sent to live with her aunt in Balti to escape the threat of Indian attacks in the Indiana Territory She finds herself surrounded by both enemies and patriots and doesn t know who to trust

  • Title: Charlotte: Heart of Hope
  • Author: Cameron Dokey
  • ISBN: 9780380785667
  • Page: 451
  • Format: Paperback
  • Charlotte is sent to live with her aunt in Balti to escape the threat of Indian attacks in the Indiana Territory She finds herself surrounded by both enemies and patriots and doesn t know who to trust There is a traitor among those she knows, and when she is kidnapped, she discovers the truth, and finds her destiny with her heroic rescuer.

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      Published :2019-04-18T19:32:10+00:00

    About "Cameron Dokey"

      • Cameron Dokey

        Cameron Dokey is an American author living in Seattle, Washington She has a collection of over 50 old sci fi and horror films Cameron was born in the Central Valley of California Cameron grew up reading classical literature and mythology, perhaps due to her father, Richard, being a teacher of Philosophy, Creative Writing, and Western Literature Cameron has one husband and three cats, and is the author of over a dozen young adult novels Her favorite read is J.R.R Tolkien s trilogy, The Lord of the Rings Her favorite TV show is Buffy the Vampire Slayer When she s not writing, Cameron likes to work in the garden and is learning to quilt.


    682 Comments


    1. Reread. I remember this one was my favorite (probably because I loved the cover!), but I can't quite figure out why since I don't think the love story is particularly strong. Still enjoyed for nostalgia!


    2. Teenage Charlotte Campbell was happy enough living on the Indiana frontier, in spite of her family's simple, meager lifestyle. But it's 1814, and war is raging. Fearing for their daughter's safety, Charlotte's parents send her east to stay with her aunt and uncle in Baltimore. But Charlotte isn't safe there, either. Not only are British ships threatening the city, but her uncle's mysterious midnight meetings begin to lead Charlotte to believe there may be a traitor in her own family. This book h [...]


    3. This could have been so good but I was not engaged in this story at all, unfortunately. It was rather predictable and thus boring so yeeeeeah.Had some pretty cheesy lovey dovey dialogue as well, which made me CRINGE.But I liked Matthew, somehow.




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