Book Reviews: The Windflower by Laura London, Sharon Curtis, Tom Curtiscategories: Book, Pirates, Windflower, Romance
Passion of Love Among the SeaMerry Wilding crave adventure ... but that he could even kidnapping and sent to the most feared ship in the ocean. Merry had no choice but to submit to command the ship owner, the golden-haired mysterious pirate. And though the words as sharp as a thorn often slid out of it, lip it also introduced her to the intoxicating kiss that he would never forget. The man looked so dangerous, as well as making it almost could not breathe because of controlled passion. Devon Crandall only intends to seduce his captive was little and extract information from him. But she never thought she owned a pair of blue eyes that could make him lose control of himself. Innocence Merry making Devon even more wanted. The pirate and his captive to persuade each other, teasing each other ... who was finally to be the winner? [by Chiema]
My Favorite Book Of All Time!I love to read and have read hundreds of beautiful romance stories. However, there is no comparison to "The Windflower." It is by far my favorite book. Merry starts out as a young girl and ends up a courageous, mature young woman. Devon is complex and fascinating. There are so many layers to this novel, with so many rich characters -- it is an annual "must read." I have heard Tom and Sharon Curtis have retired from writing... which is such a shame. I have waited nearly two decades to read Cat's story!
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