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Posted June 16, 2012
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Forbidden passion is the ultimate temptation...
Captain William Langley knows the ocean well, but nothing could prepare him for what he discovers adrift on the cold Irish Sea. The tiny boat carries two passengers: a child—and Meg Donovan, Will's long-lost love. Meg's disappearance at sea eight years ago was a devastating blow. Now she's back, as beautiful as ever, and with secrets as deep as Will's own.
After years held captive by a cold-blooded pirate, Meg has finally escaped with little Jake, the boy she's come to love as if he were her own. But the pirate wants his revenge—and Meg must do whatever it takes to shield Jake from the madman. Determined not to lose Meg again, Will vows to protect them both, yet Meg can't risk putting the only man she's ever loved in danger. With the threat to her safety growing, and her passion for Will burning brighter every day, surrendering herself to Will might be a pleasure too tempting to resist.
Oh the swoon worthiness with this read tops the chart! Ms Haymore has a way with her historical novels that brings action, adventure, drama, and sensuality right to the front door. She delivered with this book and has made me a fan – right from page one.
Captain Will and Meg Donovan demanded attention and seeked to draw the reader’s right into their worlds. I loved how Ms. Haymore not only included the attentions of the two leads but also added the additional one of Meg’s sister, Jessica. On a side note I have to point out that I loved Jessica and Mr. Briggs and actually wished for more between those two.
Will’s feelings seem genuine and my heart broke over and over for him. I loved how Ms. Haymore put the entire piece together in a gripping read that I just couldn’t put down. Her words are as smooth as melted butter and the action as enticing as nothing else.
For this read I give it five stars out of five and thank Ms. Haymore not only for introducing us to this story but also for the chance on adding yet another favorite author to my list. A job well done.
Posted March 13, 2013
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