Pete Dae Dae itibaren Mače, Hırvatistan
Really unique perspective in the story. I felt that I was in a fantastic urban myth that started in the unlikely locale of a train station locker.
Stephanie Burbank is absolutley tired of listening to her father tell her what to do. But she will never forgive he lastest action: he has sent the love of Stephanie's life, Maxwell Harrington, to California to join the gold rush. Determined to be reuinted with Max, Stephanie stows away on the first ship she can find that's headed for California. When she's discovered, she's lucky that it's not by a crew member, but by a nice woman, Charlotte Kelly (Who was the main character of book two) and Charlotte's son, Jack. Charlotte decides to let Stephanie stay in her cabin, and it is that way that Charlotte makes it to California. But when she searches for Maxwell, she gets the shock of her life, and discovers he wasn't who she thought he was. Betrayed, Stephanie must start all over. Can she find a new love in Jack? And can she earn her father's forgiveness? This was an enjoyable romance about a selfish girl maturing into a smart and courageous young woman who finds the true love of her life. I recommend the entire series to readers who enjoy young adult historical romance.