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Kingscote (Heart of India #3)

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Coral Kendall is torn between Jack Buckley, a handsome British officer, and Dr. Ethan Boswell, who has helped Coral set up a school for the untouchables on her silk plantation.
Paperback, 396 pages
Published April 1st 1994 by Bethany House Publishers
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Set in British-ruled India during the late nineteenth century, Kingscote is the exciting conclusion to Jace and Coral's story.

Jace finally has a lead on where Coral's adopted son is being held, and the opportunity to resume his search. But when he stumbles upon a plot against the maraja in Guwahati, he's caught up in a dangerous uprising.

Ethan returns to the Kingscote silk plantation, and helps Coral establish her mission school for the untouchables in hopes that she will agree to marry him. Ye
Jeni Enjaian
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I have always loved Chaikin's books and have yet to be disappointed. This is the third book in the series of which unfortunately I have not read the first. I picked up the second book at a used book sale for less than a dollar and while it took me a little while to get all of the characters and their relationships straightened out I still enjoyed the book.

When I started reading this book and connected it to the above book I ran upstairs to make sure that I wasn't read
Erika Bailey
The wonderful conclusion to this series was very satisfying. Exciting and interesting. The characters are so believable and real, which I appreciate greatly. One of my favorite series that I will continue to read over and over again.
Hoover Public Library Adult Fiction
Kingscote is the final book in the Heart of India trilogy. Jace and Coral are working desperately to find her son and protect Coral from mysterious threats. Not only is her life threatened, her family's plantation and livelihood is as well. Coral and Jace race against the clock to find her son and use him to prevent a devasting war.

By far, this is my favorite of all three. Love love love it. I love how the characters have progressed. I love the history surrounding the characters. I enjoyed that
I thought this was a good series. The historical portions of the book were pretty interesting, and it gave me a desire to learn more about world religions.
Loved the book! Thank you Linda Chaikin for a great trilogy, and a great conclusion of the Heart of India's Serie! We are blessed by your ministry!
Enjoyed this three-book series; "Kingscote" is the conclusion. Intrigue, slight romance, cultural and most definitely faith-filled.
EXCELLENT! Suspenseful, good plot, excellent writing, twisting ideas good
Jul 30, 2011 Amanda rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Hopeless Romantics
Great Romance story, though not as much history as Chaikin usually uses.
Kept me riveted until the last page! The series is amazing!
Third book in the Heart of India trilogy(:
Alexandra Momčilović
I just love a happy ending <3
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Linda Chaikin is a Christian fiction author with a focus on historical fiction. She sometimes publishes using the name L.L. Chaikin.

Linda was the youngest of 10 children and her father died shortly after she was born. She wrote her first full-length novel with pen and paper at the age of 14 - this novel was later rewritten as Wednesday's Child, part of the Day to Remember series.

She met her husban
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