Eternal Deception by Jane Steen

Eternal Deception

By Jane Steen

  • Release Date: 2015-12-31
  • Category: Historical
5 Score: 5 (From 33 Ratings)

Brief Description

Love or independence? Few choices remain for Nell and her new family on the Kansas frontier...

Kansas, 1872. Unwed mother Nell Lillington hopes to support her daughter Sarah and friend Tess by working as a seamstress in an isolated seminary. When her only ally among the seminary's leaders dies, she must choose between returning to her old life in Chicago and remaining in charge of her destiny.

As her talent as a dressmaker begins to win her commissions, Nell attracts the attention of two suitors: Reiner Lehmann, a wealthy senior student, and Judah Poulton, an impoverished professor. Shocking news from back home and another death at the seminary press Nell to make her decision. A disastrous winter journey, a treacherous game, and an impossible love could finally wrest control of Nell's life out of her hands for good.

Eternal Deception is the second book in a series of engrossing historical fiction novels. If you like intriguing mystery, charming romance, and surprises you won't see coming, you'll love this story of one woman's battle for herself on the nineteenth century frontier.

Buy Eternal Deception to continue Nell's incredible journey today!

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Customer reviews

  • Just to short😉

    By Jimbobdaddy1
    Loved the on going struggle of Nell to overcome her past. The book gives an idea of how hard life can be and how narrow minded people can be.
  • House of closed doors

    By Bwdlin
    Loved this book. Have read the next one and have ordered the third in this series.
  • Better than the first!

    By H for Happy
    Pleasantly surprised that this sequel could be better but the storyline and plot events and even the setting are all responsible for this great read.
  • Excellent

    By KWJN
    This second part of the series is as good as the first! It is more descriptive but continues to move the story along. The pages flew by. At one point, again, I was reading quickly to find out what happens. Which could have been different scenarios. An easy to read style of writing. Great book!
  • Eternal Deception

    By Littleone42u
    I enjoyed this book from cover to cover. Neglected work that needed to be done and even had it come into a dream. It pulls you in to the story line that much.