The Mobile Legacy

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On April 11, 1813, their daughter Juliette celebrates her seventeenth birthday at a lavish party, and the United States Army arrives to claim ownership of their ancestral home. On this day, Lieutenant Samuel Turner, a twenty-two-year- old army officer, becomes the face of a new reality for them.

On this day, Rene Seville, Juliette's French-born father, sees his life as a successful Creole merchant with far-reaching business interests begin to change into that of an American ...

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Overview

On April 11, 1813, their daughter Juliette celebrates her seventeenth birthday at a lavish party, and the United States Army arrives to claim ownership of their ancestral home. On this day, Lieutenant Samuel Turner, a twenty-two-year- old army officer, becomes the face of a new reality for them.

On this day, Rene Seville, Juliette's French-born father, sees his life as a successful Creole merchant with far-reaching business interests begin to change into that of an American patriot, working to integrate his culture and the Creole heritage into his new country. On this day, the British Royal Navy extends its reach to the port of New Orleans, and a British naval officer by the name of Albert Pence knows freedom from debt-and the feel of the chains of love that will soon bind him to the tragically beautiful Elizabeth McBride.

On this day, the world changes forever.

For the next two years, Juliette and her family are at the center of the storm of change. Old family friends and fortunes are lost and new ones found, some in the most unlikely of places. Through it all, the true strength of her family and culture shines through as new alliances and bonds of understanding develop between frontier Americans and the Old World aristocrats of the Gulf Coast.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781458204189
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 6/18/2012
  • Pages: 378
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.84 (d)

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