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Countering His Claim (Harlequin Desire Series #2262)

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  • Posted October 27, 2013

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    In Countering His Claim by Rachel Bailey, Luke is furious to lea

    In Countering His Claim by Rachel Bailey, Luke is furious to learn that his uncle Patrick left him only the half ownership of his luxury cruise liner Cora Mae and the woman who inherited the other half is proving too much of a distraction. He wants the full control of the ship but ship's doctor Della Walsh does not agree with his plans to turn Cora Mae into a floating hotel. She has always considered Cora Mae as her safe haven and now she has three weeks to convince Luke to change his mind until passion comes cruising along to steer them off .

    Countering His Claim by Rachel Bailey is a well written Harlequin Desire with emotionally scarred characters who find love in each other on high seas. The romance was medium paced filled with conversations and passion which makes it so believable. Luke was the best part of the book and a complete prince among men because of the way he treated not just the heroine but everyone. Della was also emotionally damaged but I found her more scarred than Luke because of what she had gone through. I liked her because she was very realistic,mature and I was never annoyed by her.

    It was a very non fussy and simple HEA ending,which was not bad but I expected a very grand HEA ending because given the amount of troubled past they both had.

    Overall, Countering His Claim by Rachel Bailey takes you to an emotional cruise with realistic characters and interesting plot line. If you like the concept of two damaged souls becoming one together then you will like this but stay away if too much emotionally damaged characters are not your favorites.

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