When Esther Bailey boards the RMS Titanic as its newest Seventh Officer, she finds herself thrown into a fascinating world of seafaring tradition. But her welcome is lukewarm as the crew struggle to accept a woman working on the bridge—and no one is colder or more unwelcoming than her own mentor, First Officer William Murdoch.
Tensions rise as the two officers bicker throughout their forced partnership, unwilling to set aside their stubborn differences. But once Esther begins to earn her mentor’s respect, blurring the line dividing subordinate from superior, she and Murdoch end up questioning what matters most: their careers or their feelings for each other.
As the tragic fate of Titanic unfolds around them, Esther and Will have no choice but to put their survival second to help every last man, woman, and child aboard. With their lives in peril and the Ship of Dreams sinking into the cold Atlantic beneath their feet, will they still manage to overcome the odds together and live to see daylight?
Blending fact with fiction, On the Edge of Daylight is a heartbreaking tale of duty and loyalty, love and sacrifice.
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Giselle Beaumont is an information systems graduate who enjoys writing as a hobby. She works in the InfoSec industry, spends her spare time building computers or digitally drawing, and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her significant other and her cat, Shadow. On the Edge of Daylight, which is her first published novel, also features her own digital artwork and character sketches.