The Trail Of Chains
Sonnets Of The Spice Isle episode 5
by Lynnette Bonner
Chained to an Acacia Tree, While Chief Banda’s Village Burns
Captured and bound for Bagamoyo only moments after the captain was shot, RyAnne is tempted to despair. The journey along the trail of chains would be difficult enough, but severe heat, fire, and a rogue lion threaten at every curve in the path. Only her need to keep watch over little Moyo keeps her from giving up all together. That and her determination to carry on Captain Dawson’s mission to find out who the slave trader, Khalifa, is working for.
Trent Dawson wakes to find June and Kako working to save his life. The village is gone. And only one thing weighs on his mind. He must find and rescue RyAnne before the slave caravan reaches the port of Bagamoyo. There is no time for rest, yet his gunshot body demands it. If only his frail flesh wasn’t failing him just when he needed it to be strong!
A thrilling historical romance from the time of missionary explorer David Livingstone.
Darkness comes before the dawn...
The Trail Of Chains is the darkest episode so far in the Sonnets Of The Spice Isle serial. And yet it is also so very much about hope. About finding God in the face of tragedy and hanging onto faith in the midst of unimaginable circumstances.
This Book received a 4 Bark rating.
Lynnette Bonner has a real flare for historical romance, mixing in lots of danger and drama that will leave readers gasping for more. I am definitely looking forward to reading the next, and final episode, in this serial, though, I know I will be sorry to say goodbye to RyAnne and the Captain...
Tell Tale Book Reviews gives The Trail Of Chains by Lynnette Bonner a 4 Bark rating.