By Danielle Harmon
A B+ for us. AAR's Blythe wrote:
Deft character development aside, Lord of the Sea has some other things going for it, most notably the setting, which is simply to die for. Try to think of the last War of 1812 book you read, that dealt with the complicated politics of that time. I don’t know about you, but in my case I’m pretty sure it was the Sunfire romance Danielle, which I read almost thirty years ago. If you like unusual settings, then you shouldn’t miss this one. And Harmon does her research; this is no wallpaper historical. And if you enjoy - really enjoy - shipboard romances, you won’t want to miss it. Connor’s ship, Kestrel, is as much a character in the book as any of the humans. This is an author who knows and loves her ships.

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