To Treasure an Heiress

Reviewed by:

Edna Johnson of Faith Baptist, Winfield, IL


To Treasure an Heiress (The Secrets of the Isles Book #2)


Roseanna M. White


Bethany House

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Print book


374 pages


Beth Tremayne loves adventure and exploring. As a child she attempted to explore every part of the Isles of Scilly. When she finds a treasure map she doesn’t want to share it but wants to search for the pirate treasure herself. Her enemy bought a treasure of hers that was not supposed to be sold. However, to figure out the clues, Beth has to work with Lord Sheridan, a person she does not care for at all. Sheridan himself has many archaeological interests but Beth’s map interests him in a particular way as it involves one of his pirate ancestors.

Lord Sheridan is very drawn to Beth but she is sure he has stolen a prized possession of hers. They do work together and are strangely drawn to each other. But surprises of the treasure kind and the romantic kind are in store for both for them.


4 out of 5

Suggested audience:

Adults, particularly fans of historical fiction

Christian impact:

A good Christian worldview.

To Treasure an Heiress (The Secrets of the Isles, #2)

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