Oh my word! It took me a very long time to read this book! You might ask, Kathy, why did it take you so long to read this book? Why, thank-you for asking. Natalie Browning, the female protagonist, is a most unlikable character. She brings new meaning to the word spoiled! I started reading this book in April and I finished it today! I required many breaks from Natalie. So, any time I needed to get away from her, I would stop reading this book and read a different book. To See Your Face Again is the second book in a four book series. I wanted to read all four books, so I wanted to finish reading this book, even if it took me twelve months.
The year is 1838. Natalie Browning boards the ill-fated Pulaski. On this brief and horrific trip, she meets Burke Latimer and falls in love with him. She is a strong character. Her stubbornness served her well when it was necessary to survive a ship disaster. However, she is also determined to marry the man and will stop at nothing to do so. It’s a very good story with an arrogant, stubborn, spoiled and vain protagonist.