Amelia Gladstone has always taken care of other people so when she sees a beggar being dragged from the Titanic as she is boarding she has to go check to make sure he's okay. Lucky for both of them, Amelia's cousin Henry ended up in jail the night before and is not going to be using his ticket. So begins the journey of Amelia, Quentin, and some other unforgettable characters aboard the unsinkable Titanic.
I wanted to love this book and I got close at moments, but for me the story could have been set anywhere and it just happened to be on the Titanic since the sinking of the Titanic actually played a very minor role in the story. I really liked Amelia and appreciated her charity toward everyone around her. I also loved the dynamic relationship between Amelia and Quentin as they waded into the depths of their feelings about each other. And finally, I loved how all of the main characters allowed God to guide their lives, decisions, and feelings especially with the reader's knowledge that the ship was going down.
I won't get into any more details of the plot so I don't give anything away, but I enjoyed the book and would recommend it to anyone looking for a good read, especially for those of you who like historical fiction. 3.5 stars.
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