Between Two Captains

Between Two Captains

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by Sedonia Guillone
     
 

Violette Poole, engaged to a man she hates, flees her father's home the night of her engagement party. When her father asks family friend Captain Ethan Carrick to look for her, Ethan finds her. However, Violette refuses to go anywhere with him until he makes love to her, ruining her in the eyes of her fiancé.

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Violette Poole, engaged to a man she hates, flees her father's home the night of her engagement party. When her father asks family friend Captain Ethan Carrick to look for her, Ethan finds her. However, Violette refuses to go anywhere with him until he makes love to her, ruining her in the eyes of her fiancé.

An afternoon of passionate lovemaking leads to a deeper bond between them and Ethan refuses to return Violette to a man she doesn't love, especially the man he holds responsible for his brother Charles' ruin. However, Richard Graves, the fiancé, is a fiercer opponent than they expected.

It falls to both Charlie and Ethan to find new and wicked ways to "ruin" Violette! And when they do, she doesn't want to live without either of them!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781419918605
Publisher:
Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc
Publication date:
01/28/2009
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
243,359
File size:
341 KB

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Between Two Captains 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
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I loved this book, the story of how these three people is written well. She does a great job of making you love the three main charscters. My only complaint is that the story ended way to soon. I would have loved to see the wedding and perhaps the heroine having a child. At the end of the book it felt like there should be more. The ending was almost like hitting a brick wall.
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