shipboard romance

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Ship of Dreams

I hope I won't need my fire extinguisher, but here goes - I found the romance in Titanic to be contrived and artificial. So when I began this book, a romance set aboard another real life doomed sea voyage, I wasn't sure what to expect. Thank goodness Brenda Hiatt created the characters of Kent and D ...

C
Forbidden Passion

When I first put my hands on Forbidden Passion I thought it was a piping hot love story in a Viking setting. Given my past experiences with the accuracy level of other Viking romances, I gritted my teeth in advance, but they quickly unclenched. This is one romance that gets the facts mostly right, a ...

A
The Windflower

Merry Patricia Wilding was sitting on a cobblestone wall, sketching three rutabagas and daydreaming about the unicorn." So begins one of the most beloved historical romances and my personal favorite. When it was first released in 1984, The Windflower was a revelation to me - a many-layered, multi-t ...

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The Pearl Stallion

Although I cried four times while reading The Pearl Stallion, this book isn't your typical tearjerker. It's a very special love story about a darkly brooding hero and a beautiful, intelligent heroine that will touch even the most cynical heart. The story begins in 19th century Calcutta, India and ...