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Generations down the line, we now follow firey Maribel. It begins with action as her Spanish ship is taken by French privateers. The love story is slow to blossom, and the author does a very good job showcasing that even though the romance is between two people with a wide age gap, he was never once interested in her romantically as a child.
The second book in Daughters of the Mayflower, Kathleen Y'Barbo is a new author for a fresh take. Though this book moves just as quickly as the first, Y'Barbo does a brilliant job helping the reader to become invested in young and grown Maribel and the romance that blossoms at the end. She introduces a lovely Caribbean Robin Hood and sprinkles enough faith in to be considered Christian without being preachy. This was fun, sweet, quick, and clean. The perfect Sunday read.