By Emilie Loring
A girl alone since the death of her father a few months ago, Sandra Duval must start over.
And she does, taking a job as social secretary for a celebrated horsewoman and finding herself in the uncharted seas of the local equestrian set. Little does she suspect that her life will soon be changed forever.
Living and working at Seven Chimneys, a countryside estate, Sandra meets Nicholas Hoyt, a local horseman and landowner. She likes him, but she barely has time to think of herself or her situation as she navigates the complex web of personal and professional rivalries, social niceties and thinly-veiled bitterness and threat.
Her work soon reunites her with Phillipe Rousseau, whom she has met before in Europe and who competes with Nick in more ways than one. Sandra soon finds herself torn between the two men and the attraction of a new life.
Set in America between the wars, and first published in 1932, Uncharted Seas is a lively and entertaining read that offers a glimpse back into a lost world. It makes a perfect introduction to the work of popular American romance author Emilie Loring, and will be treasured by her many fans and readers.