The Letters of Sierra Charmonte

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic

After sixteen-year-old heiress Sierra Charmonte lost her father because of pneumonia, their close family friend, Celeste Sinclaire, was bestowed to take care of her as stated from her father's Will and Testament. Unable to be visited by her Aunt, Sierra was given tickets to travel to America, instead, alongside her trusted associates.
Sierra did not know how to cope with her father's passing, but she found comfort and joy from a steward she met boarding the RMS Titanic.

Table of Contents

A Letter from Father

WESTIN PLAZA, NEW YORK, 16th of November 1911. Dearest princess, I wish you were here, my sweet! Perhaps, I should have trans... Read Chapter

Withering February

My mother’s beloved gardenias were not the only thing that was wilting during that gloomy Friday afternoon, but as well as I. It was ... Read Chapter

A Letter from Henri

LE MEURICE, PARIS, FRANCE, 23rd of February 1912. My dear Sierra, Please tell me how you are doing? I can’t help but worry ... Read Chapter

R.M.S. TITANIC

RMS TITANIC, 10th of April 1912. Dearest father, You know that I do not keep a diary, and it saddens me that you will never b... Read Chapter

Starboard Side Promenade

STARBOARD SIDE PROMENADE, 11th of April 1912. Dearest father, I must have been sound asleep as Jane tried to wake me up by to... Read Chapter

A Letter from Father

THE EASTRIDGE, NEW YORK, USA, 20th of December 1911. Dearest Princess, Happy Christmas and advance Happy New Year! I am almos... Read Chapter

Sitting Room

SITTING ROOM, 12th of April 1912. Dear father, I am terribly sorry. I forgot to inform you of what happened at the dinne... Read Chapter

Library

LIBRARY, 12th of April 1912 Dearest father, The minute I woke up, Jane informed me of what seemed to be the most stirring new... Read Chapter

A Letter from Father

FRAUNCES TAVERN, NEW YORK, USA 14th of January 1912. Dearest princess, How are you, my sweet? I missed Christmas and New Year... Read Chapter

Reading and Writing Room

READING AND WRITING ROOM, 13th of April 1912. Dearest father, Last night, during dinner, Ms Abram told me that she needed to ... Read Chapter

A Letter from Jane Pérez

************** A/N:  To non-Spanish readers, please scroll down to the English version of this letter. Thank you! xoxoxoxo ... Read Chapter

Sitting Room

SITTING ROOM, 13th of April 1912. Dear father, As promised, I gave her my report by lunch, and we ate; problems seemed to be ... Read Chapter

Sitting Room

SITTING ROOM, 14th of April 1912. Dearest father, The clock chimed midnight. It is now my birthday and I should be ecsta... Read Chapter

RMS Titanic (1)

  RMS TITANIC, 14th of April 1912. Dearest father, Even if my suite is in B Deck, when the sun broke out into the ho... Read Chapter

R.M.S. TITANIC (2)

LATER THAT EVENING. Jane was mesmerized when she placed the pieces of the Maria Clara gown from the box to my bed, ‘Oh, Sierra,’ ... Read Chapter

The Last Letter from Father

THE EASTRIDGE, NEW YORK, USA, 18th of January 1912. Dearest Princess, Did you get my letter? If you do, please forgive me, Ce... Read Chapter

CARPATHIA (1)

CARPATHIA, 18th of April 1912. Dearest father, I could tell that we are near New York since the crew had informed us that we ... Read Chapter

CARPATHIA (2)

Henri had instructed me to be back within an hour, but I would not stop until I locate Alec. So, I searched everywhere aimlessly. I loo... Read Chapter

The Last Letter of Henri Colinsfirth to Sierra Charmonte

STARBOARD SIDE PRIVATE PROMENADE, 14th of April 1912. My dearest Sierra, Happy, happy, happy birthday! Not every day, a young... Read Chapter

The Eastridge (1)

THE EASTRIDGE, NEW YORK, USA, 19th of April 1912. My dearest Alec,   In the Carpathia, it seemed that the days went ... Read Chapter

The Eastridge (2)

THE EASTRIDGE, NEW YORK, USA, 20th of April 1912 Dearest Henri, It is difficult for me to admit now that you are never comi... Read Chapter

April's Fool (1)

It seems I went into a loophole. I am back where I had started just like that afternoon in the first month of my father's passing. Grie... Read Chapter

The Last Letter of Sierra Charmonte

21st of April 1912. Dearest father, Now I think I know how you felt when mother passed. Although, the bright side of it was you h... Read Chapter

April's Fool (2)

As I walk downstairs for breakfast, I catch a glimpse of Alec’s portrait. I feel a pang in my chest. He was beaming. The same blondis... Read Chapter

A Letter from Charles Sinclaire to his Fiancé

ST. MICHAEL'S ALLEY, LONDON, UK, 9th of April 1912. Dear Ms Sierra Charmonte, To be perfectly candid, I do not know what to... Read Chapter

Credits & Acknowledgements

Dearest reader, Before I got really into what happened on Titanic, I played a choices app game called Storyscape, and one of the... Read Chapter

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