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When 'The Silver Star' billows into the bay the last person Charity expects to see is Sebastian, the aloof businessman son of kindly Captain Churnside. "I have come to help," he says simply and warms her heart. She has spent her life assisting the work of her parents, now with he...r mother dead and her father dying she must leave Makatea to make a life of her own. Before then she will nurse her father to the end.
Sebastian's preconceptions about Charity crumble as he assists her ease Trescothick's final hours: she is much more than a dutiful daughter. And it is soon cler to Charity that Sebastian is far more than an aloof businessman.
Trescothick is terrified about Charity's future. He berates himself for failing to resettle her among friends in Sydneytown years ago. Sebastian is the answer to his prayers. He connives to have him and Charity marry - a hard task given each is scarred by childhood tragedy, and in all the years of their acquaintance they have never warmed to one another. Can they be persuaded to marry? And if so, will it be for Trescothick's peace of mind alone or will tenderness and passion set their relationship alight?
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