No Doubt by Kennedy Lee
Celine Dupre was four different women.
Set in the historic town of St. Marys, Georgia, around 1807 this is the story of a young woman, the daughter of an old French family, who was ahead of her time.
There was the Celine who went flounder gigging on Cumberland Island and crabbing in the creeks near St. Marys and loved exploring the marshes at low tide. Then there was the Celine who could float into a room and make every man there forget what he was doing at the time. More serious gentlemen appreciated her intelligence, strength, refinement, and her beauty.
But to really know her, one would have to know the Celine who would drop her anchor to fight the injustice of slavery any time the chance arose. The troubles came when two or more of these women overlapped.
This is a tale of adventure, history, and romance. Although this novel is a work of fiction, the
town is very real. Its history is altered only when necessary to adapt it to the story. Georgia’s
coastal beauty and history work together to create a place the reader will want to visit, if not in
person, then through the pages of this book.
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Kennedy Lee is a product of the settings used in her books. She has lived on the coast of Georgia her entire life. A student of history, she enjoys portraying the area’s past through interesting and charming fictional characters involved in adventurous noble pursuits. Readers will identify with the emotions and actions of the people of their time even though they lived over two hundred years ago.
Take a trip back in time and enjoy the ride!