Tides of Acadia

The Origins of Acadia Series Book 1

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Pub Date 18 May 2023 | Archive Date 01 Jan 2024

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In the early 17th century, the wild, untamed lands of Acadia, now Eastern Canada, were a contested territory between the French and the English and the indigenous people who inhabited the region. Amidst this turbulent time, three individuals stand out: Charles La Tour, Francoise Jacquelin, and Menou Daulnay. Their stories intertwine in a complex web of loyalty, love, and betrayal in the historical drama Tides of Acadia.

The story begins with Charles La Tour, a resourceful French adventurer, and seaborne trader, who navigates the treacherous waters of politics and alliances to establish a fur-trade fortress in Acadia. As a clever strategist and skilled negotiator, he gains the respect of both European settlers and the indigenous leaders, even as tensions escalate between the French and the English.

Enter Francoise Jacquelin, a strong-willed, intelligent, and fiercely independent woman who defies societal expectations to make her mark as a Parisian actress. Francoise's journey leads her to a powerful connection with Charles La Tour. Together, they must overcome personal and political obstacles to build a life and secure a future.

As the rivalry between the French and the British intensifies, Menou Daulnay, an ambitious and ruthless French naval officer, emerges as a powerful adversary. His need to claim Acadia for himself puts him at odds with La Tour and drives a wedge between the allies, leading to a bitter struggle for power and control. Through guile, treachery, and manipulation, Daulnay threatens to unravel the fragile balance that La Tour and Francoise have built, forcing them to make difficult choices that will shape the course of history.

Tides of Acadia brings to life the rich tapestry of culture, politics, and personal drama that defined this pivotal era in North American history. The central characters, Charles La Tour, Francoise Jacquelin, and Menou Daulnay, are portrayed with depth and complexity, offering a nuanced exploration of their motivations, desires, and sacrifices in the name of love, loyalty, and ambition. Sweeping scope and rich detail make this vibrant historical drama an unforgettable journey through the heart of Acadia and the lives of the extraordinary people who fought for its future.

In the early 17th century, the wild, untamed lands of Acadia, now Eastern Canada, were a contested territory between the French and the English and the indigenous people who inhabited the region...


Advance Praise

"Tides of Acadia is a captivating tale that masterfully weaves history and emotion, immersing readers in the stunning landscapes of Acadia. The author's evocative prose transports us through time as we follow the intertwining lives of characters facing personal struggles and triumphs. With its richly depicted setting and engaging plot, this novel leaves a lasting impression.

I found the characters quite relatable and refreshing, even if set in a different era, human issues are all the same. The is novel leaves a lasting impression with its richly depicted setting and engaging plot; even"

"Tides of Acadia is a captivating tale that masterfully weaves history and emotion, immersing readers in the stunning landscapes of Acadia. The author's evocative prose transports us through time as...


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This was a strong beginning to the Origins of Acadia seires, I thought it worked with the setting sail and that the ocean worked overall. The characters were interesting and I enjoyed going on this journey with them. Phillip Daigle has a great writing style to it and worked with the historical setting being used in the story.

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