After being forced to leave HMS Dolphin and Jaimy, her true love, Jacky Faber is making a new start at the elite Lawson Peabody School for Young Girls in Boston. But growing up on the streets of London and fighting pirates never prepared Jacky for her toughest battle yet: learning how to be a fine lady.
Everything she does is wrong. Her embroidery is deplorable, her French is atrocious, and her table manners--disgusting! Then there's the small matter of her blue anchor tattoo. . . .
Despite her best efforts, Jacky can't seem to stay out of trouble long enough to dedicate herself to being ladylike. But what fun would that be, anyway?
I adore this book like I did the first one. The main character, Jacky, is so adorable and naive. She tries to make it as a lady in Boston and ends up failing. There are so many ups and downs to this story. I enjoyed reading about Jacky and her many misadventures. The way it is written is still annoying, because I am passionate about grammar. In all this book is a great read.
I recommend this book to the same audience as the first one, an adventuring loving sorts.