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To See Your Face Again [Hardcover]

Eugenia Price
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Sept. 4 1985
Natalie Browning was a spoiled belle of sixteen when she met the man of her dreams aboard the steamship Pulaski. Burke Latimer, only eight years her senior, was a self-made man with no time for a pretty child. Then a night of terror ended the voyage and Burke discovered another Natalie. But the night that brought him love also wreaked disaster on his fortune, and Burke was forced to ask Natalie to wait until he could make a home worthy of her. Life had never denied Natalie before. Her need to be with Burke drove her to follow him to Georgia's back country, hoping to show him she was ready to be his bride. Could she grow up before she lost the love of her life forever?
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“Ms. Price [has a] knack for recreating a bygone era with such compelling and authentic historic detail.” —The New York Times

“Eugenia Price is a name spoken with affection by millions of readers.” —Publishers Weekly

“Newcomers to Ms. Price's work should soon join her legions of faithful readers.” —Chattanooga Times

“[Price is] a consummate storyteller of meticulously researched and emotionally moving novels of the South.” —Rave Reviews
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About the Author

Eugenia Price (1916–1996) was a New York Times bestselling author of 39 books, with over 40 million copies sold. She is best known for her historical romantic antebellum novels.
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JUST at sunrise on June 13, 1838, forty-six-year-old Mark Browning stood at the open east window of his mercantile office on Savannah's Commerce Row and stared out over the brightening expanse of water toward the wide bend that turns the river toward the sea. Read the first page
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3.0 out of 5 stars Good story with cardboard characters. Feb. 19 1999
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Very fast and very entertaining, this is a love story that develops very slowly but keeps the reader wanting to turn the page in hopes of things working out. Based on the factual sinking of the ship "Pulaski" which took the lives of some Savannah residents, Price sets Natalie Browning, daughter of "Savannah"'s Mark, on a crash course with destiny and some lessons in survival that are pretty interesting. However, the characters could be more believable. Natalie's flawless, flame-haired beauty is a little too often commented on and a little too hard to really digest, especially with the fact that she is, of course, a spoiled brat, an idea which is hardly new in literature. Her counterpart, Burke Latimer, is this golden Adonis whose dashing good looks are a little wooden as well, and his teasing of the bitchy Natalie smacks too much of something Margaret Mitchell has already done. Aside from that, though, congratulations again to Eugenia Price for creating engaging fiction from factual events.
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This book is so wonderful. I have read the entire quartet. Also I have read the st. Simon's group. Do you gave a list of any other books she wrote? If so Email me at Her books read like personal diaries and you feel they are happening to real people and what the people of that period were really thinking. I was hoping to find out that she had written something else after the quartet and was disappointed to find out on your web site that she had died.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I LOVE HER BOOK!!! Feb. 2 1998
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I picked this book by mistake and fell in love with the story. It was sad however to find out that she passed away in 1996. I wish I could tell her that I loved and enjoyed reading it. I saw quite a long list of her other books and I can not wait to start reading all of them. Eugenia Price is definitely one of my favorite best writers.
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5.0 out of 5 stars This was a good book Jan. 16 2000
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This book was very fun to read. It kept you interested the whole time. I read this huge book in about two weeks because i couldn't stand not to miss a day reading it. It also made you want to read the next in the series which I am trying to figure out what its called. Eugenia Price did a wonderful job.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great service May 19 2013
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I can only comment on my business experience. I was very happy with the service. The book came in excellent shape and on time. Thank you. I haven't had time to read the book but I have other books by Eugenie Price so I know it's good.
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