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Posted January 14, 2010
Book #2, picks up on the beautiful Sophia Hathaway, who at the end of "Goddess" has jilted the prize of the season, Sir Toby - an amazing impetuous act for such an obedient and controlled Miss.
Taking on an assumed name and packing little more than her precious art materials and a packet of money secured around her waist, "Jane" meets Gray Grayson and books passage on his ship heading for Tortola where she says she has a governess job waiting for her. Sophia and Gray are a match in insecurity, handsomeness, and passion. Although the author attempts to flesh them out as characters deeper than a siren and a charmer, this book is little more than an excuse for one pent-up steamy scene after another. (Both of Sophia and Gray do grow up by the end of their many trials at sea of storms and calms, accusations of piracy, personal and physical tensions et al). Several secondary characters - all seamen - are more interesting than they are. Disappointing.
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Posted March 18, 2014