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Queen of the Waves

By Janice Hanna


When pampered Jacqueline Abingdon secretly elopes with the family gardener, she asks another woman to take her place on the much anticipated maiden voyage of the Titanic. Tessa Bowen hails from a poor corner of London but has been granted the opportunity of a lifetime—a ticket to sail to America aboard a famed vessel. But there’s a catch: she must assume Jacqueline’s identity. For the first time in her life, Tessa stays in luxurious quarters, dresses in elegant gowns, and dines with prestigious people. Then a wealthy American man takes an interest in her, and Tessa struggles to keep up the ruse as she begins falling for him. When tragedy strikes, the game is up, and two women’s lives are forever changed.

Book Takeaway:

Queen of the Waves is a lyrical tale about second chances.

Why the author wrote this book:

I'm passionate about turn-of-the-century stories and love all things related to the Titanic. Merging the two was sheer bliss!


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