Sacred Intentions (Arrington Saga: prequel book 3) [NOOK Book]

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LOVE & WAR, SIN & LIES
The best selling Arrington series concludes with book 3, Sacred Intentions.

Upon the onset of the Civil War, majestic Sutton Hall reigned supreme. Thomas Arrington is one of the wealthiest plantation owners in all of Savannah, Georgia and showers his beautiful only daughter, Amelia, with not only his immense fortune, but his undivided love. Amelia happily shares her life with ...
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Sacred Intentions (Arrington Saga: prequel book 3)

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Overview

LOVE & WAR, SIN & LIES
The best selling Arrington series concludes with book 3, Sacred Intentions.

Upon the onset of the Civil War, majestic Sutton Hall reigned supreme. Thomas Arrington is one of the wealthiest plantation owners in all of Savannah, Georgia and showers his beautiful only daughter, Amelia, with not only his immense fortune, but his undivided love. Amelia happily shares her life with Hattie, and Mammy Abigail; slaves of the plantation, who live in the Big House as members of the Arrington family. Her unmistakable beauty goes noticed by everyone, especially the married, Perry Montgomery, and the handsome house-guest, Colonial Warren Stone.

Life as Amelia knows it suddenly comes to an end after her beloved father marries stone-cold, widowed aristocrat, Eugenia Norris. Her once innocent, protected, world begins to fall apart as her stepmother loathes everything about her. The smooth running plantation turns upside down during Eugenia’s iron rule, and Amelia is torn away from Hattie, Mammy, and worst of all, her own father. Amelia believes her only hope of escaping the fury of her evil stepmother is in the hands of Patrick-Garrett; the mysterious son of her fathers first marriage, whom Amelia never knew existed.

However, Amelia isn't prepared to face her unspeakable, indecent feelings towards Patrick-Garrett. What happens next will change the course of her life forever, leaving shocking family secrets for generations to come.

THE ARRINGTON SERIES
The Girl in the Lighthouse
All That is Beautiful
Sacred Intentions
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013459939
  • Publisher: Roxane Tepfer Sanford
  • Publication date: 11/16/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,128,399
  • File size: 338 KB

Meet the Author

Roxane Tepfer Sanford is the author of, The Girl in the Lighthouse, All That is Beautiful and Sacred Intentions (Arrington series). Her writing style has been compared to that of well known gothic fiction author, V.C. Andrews.
Roxane is the very busy mother of six children, and whatever spare time is left, she dedicates to writing novels.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 27, 2012

    Prequel to girl in the lighthouse

    Loved it. While the prequel wasnt full necessary for the arrington series, this was a definite pahe turner and explains how it all began. Wonerfully well written!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 6, 2012

    Definitely recommend

    This series got 5 stars from me all the way around. Each book was very different, yet linked perfectly. The plots were interesting, and surprises awaited around ever flip of the page. It was a simple, easy read. Definitely worth the time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 10, 2012

    Great to know how it all started!

    Finally getting to read the beginning of the Arrington tales was great. Understanding more about Amelia gave great insight into the questionable upbringing Lillian had with her mom. While I still didn't get the answers I wanted regarding the bouts of depression Amelia had in the first book, I'm left to assume, by the way this one ended, that she suffered from post-partum depression; that mixed with the years of anger, humiliation, and bitterness must have been what eventually drove her mad...but one can only speculate.
    I wish it had gone further into after they moved to the island, to give more of a intro to Lillian's tale.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2012

    Thanks mary

    I am so glad I found out that there were more books in this series. I enjoyed this book very much and had a hard time putting it down.

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    Posted January 6, 2012

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