Publish date: January 15th 2008
Publisher: Linden Bay Romance, Llp
Pages no: 200
Edition language: English
This book turned out to be much better than I expected. I thought it would be poorly-written smut (but was willing to read it since I like nautical fiction), but this was well-written. The naval battles were skimmed over more than I would have preferred, but, alas, it is a romance and not about na...
Wow. The almost sweet friendship to romance set against the horrific realities of the time both in terms of war and punishment of infractions. So well done. I find myself torn between wanting to research the particular tribe of Indians to see if they were truly so accepting and wanting to just belie...
omfg. I couldn't possibly review this with any justice, or without spewing forth spoilers, so I'll keep my mouth shut, or my fingers still, I suppose. But it was just really really good. 5 Star.
I gave this book to my friend Frank the Fireman, since like the main character, Peter Kenyon, he is an adult out-comer. I wanted him to, in particular, notice the last chapter wherein Peter goes through the long, dark night of the soul as he struggles between the lifelong conditioning he's heir to.....
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