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Boston Jane Trilogy

Hi everyone,  I am here again with another trilogy of books to read.  This is for anyone that just enjoys reading.  You may laugh at this because this is not some sophisticated read.  It is simple, but fun.  In fact, I found these book in the young adult section of our local library.   I loved the simple little story with the true historical setting and facts of these books.
 Book #1  Boston Jane: An Adventure,              Book #2  Boston Jane: Wilderness Days,  
 Book #3  Boston Jane: The Claim  by Jennifer L. Holms.

Seventeen-year-old Jane Peck in the darling of Washington Territory more a home in the rugged Pacific Northwest that she ever was in the refined world of Philadelphia society.  She's outwitted wild animals, vengeful ghosts and even a disloyal fiance and finally found a place where she truly belongs.  But when her finishing-school nemesis the perfect and poised Sally Biddle, invades Shoalwater Bay, Jane discovers that the most dangerous thing on the frontier just may be an impeccably dressed debutante.  As Sally schemes and charms her way in Jane's close-knit circle, spreading lies and claiming Jane's friends as her own, Jane finds everything she holds dear threatened including her true love!  

This was such a fun series to read I would recommend this for everyone young and old.

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