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  • Posted August 4, 2012

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    Riding the Storm by Joanne Rock This Murphy family series is abo

    Riding the Storm by Joanne Rock
    This Murphy family series is about Keith. He is onboard with green products and he's hoping to get out of town from pulling some shenanigans at his brother Ryan's engagement party and he's heading to SC to deliver the boat to a client.
    Josie Passanno wants to become an interior decorator and have her driver and car pick her up and deliver her to assignments.
    She got onto the wrong clients boat and he had sailed it right out of the harbor without knowing she was even on the boat. He notified the Coast Guard and they went to sleep for the rest of the night.
    She's been lying low so the tableau's don't recall her past history. it's the only way she can make it doing her job.
    She's agreed to spend a few days on the boat with him after he's bought her a meal on shore and some clothes. She recalls when she was waking up from her dream of someone touching her and whispering sweet things in her ear. He was having visions of doing what he had really whispered in her ear.
    Steamy Hot sex is just the right mix of things...
    Love all the talk about how to set the sails and other nautical knowledge.
    She had proved to him she could handle the boat and loved the fierceness of the storm and she was no longer the person of the past.
    They talk to one another about their past and it catches up with her when they show up at his parents house ...
    What happens next is unforeseen and could mean the end to both of their businesses and relationship...

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  • Posted September 6, 2011

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    The latest escapade of a magnificent Massachusetts Murphy is a charming Wrong Bed romance

    In Chatham, Massachusetts, exhausted interior designer Josie Pessano searches for the boat owned by Chase Freeman in the dark. The Wall St. Bigwig hired her to decorate his vessel. She finds the boat at Slip 39 and enters it. He is not on board so she takes a couple of sea sickness pills as a precaution and falls asleep.

    Green Principles CEO Keith Murphy arrives at the Slip to sail the Vesta to Charleston for his brother Jack (see Making A Splash). He is unhappy with Freeman's ship crossing the slip boundaries but saw the mogul drunk at the engagement party of Keith's sibling so he knows to move on. He begins sailing the Atlantic when he learns he has a stowaway. Not long after, he invites her to give in to her neglected carnal desires and continue on a sailing vacation. Their strong attraction is mirrored by a tumultuous storm that brings them even closer and solidifies their irrational attraction in a sexy read from start to finish.

    The latest escapade of a magnificent Massachusetts Murphy is a charming Wrong Bed romance. The lead pairing is a delight as the extrovert in your face pirate and the princess in the tower introvert find love on the high seas.

    Harriet Klausner

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