Winds Of Change

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"'Winds of Change' combines heart wrenching, happily-ever-after romance with gripping mystery and settings so real you can practically taste the salt spray."
- Ally Blue

In 1802, a love worth dying for is more than just a romantic notion.

Lieutenants William Marshall and David Archer, of His Majesty's frigate Calypso, have been lovers for more than a year. Courage, devotion, and extreme discretion have kept them from the hangman's noose-the price they must pay if their ...

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Overview

"'Winds of Change' combines heart wrenching, happily-ever-after romance with gripping mystery and settings so real you can practically taste the salt spray."
- Ally Blue

In 1802, a love worth dying for is more than just a romantic notion.

Lieutenants William Marshall and David Archer, of His Majesty's frigate Calypso, have been lovers for more than a year. Courage, devotion, and extreme discretion have kept them from the hangman's noose-the price they must pay if their relationship is discovered. The occasional night of passion ashore is all the more precious to them for its rarity.

But in the Royal Navy, nothing lasts forever. A transfer to a new ship brings with it a bizarre turn of events: their Captain orders them to behave as though they are involved in an illicit relationship in order to smoke out a suspected traitor, blackmailer, and saboteur.

Their masquerade proves dangerously effective. In the midst of a battle with the French, the traitor strikes, leaving Davy seriously - perhaps fatally - wounded, while Will must return to duty, guilt-ridden and fearful that their luck has finally run out.

"Winds of Change", the second in the Royal Navy Series by Lee Rowan, travels from England to Jamaica and points beyond. Join Will and Davy on the journey as they confront their deepest fears and find out if their shared love is able to transcend all that separates them.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780979777349
  • Publisher: Cheyenne Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/1/2009
  • Pages: 174
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 23, 2007

    Great sequel

    What a spectacular follow-up to Ransom!! While Ransom was an adventure story in which a forbidden M/M relationship occurs, Winds is definitely an M/M romance where an adventure occurs. Will and Davy are now a couple, although to protect their lives they must keep it a secret. This makes the relationship especially touching because they have so few opportunities to show their love for one another while on ship. They both feel the strain of it, and have doubts about their future together. But, this is a romance with the prerequisite happy ending. Winds opens with Will and Davy being transferred to a new ship along with the heroic Captain Smith. Their new ship, The Valient, has a serious problem though--a blackmailing saboteur. Naval Investigations issues secret orders for Will and Davy to 'pretend' to be lovers to draw the traitor out! But such subterfuge will put their lives in danger - both from the traitor, and the possibility that someone else may discover them not knowing of the secret orders. Battles on the high seas, dangerous sexual temptation, and murder all add up to an exciting, action packed novel. As a romance novel, this is way above par. The plot isn't just thrown in as an excuse for hot sex, not that I mind hot sex! There is a rich backdrop to Will and Davy from the start that gives depth to the characters and the writing is high quality. This is more than love at first sight, and the couple must face more than the standard 'angst' and societal prejudice against gays. They could literally be killed for their passion, and that makes their love more credible. There is more sex in Winds than was possible in Ransom, and it is very well done. Will and Davy finally have someone they can trust with their secret and the historical setting makes a wonderful back drop. Finally, their Naval careers offer the potential for many more adventures (hint, hint, Lee Rowan). Highly recommended!

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