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The Wind the Sea review ¼ 103 À ❮Read❯ ➲ The Wind the Sea Author Marsha Canham – Citybells.co.uk This action packed swashbuckling adventure is a classic tale of romance revenge and breathtaking exploits on the high seas The time is 1804 and the US Navy is attacking and destroying pirate stronghol This action packed swashbuRead The Wind the Sea Author Marsha Canham Citybells.co.uk This action packed swashbuckling adventure is a classic tale of romance revenge and breathtaking exploits on the high seas The time is 1804 and the US Navy is attacking and destroying pirate stronghol This action packed swashbuckling adventure is a classic tale of romance.

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Revenge and breathtaking exploits on the high seas The time is and the US Navy is attacking and destroying pirate strongholds on North Africa's infamous Barbary Coast Courtney Farrow daughter of one of the most feared and successful corsairs is captured by Lt Adrian Ballantine The Wind Kindle proud handsome and determined to tame her spirit Con.

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The Wind the SeaStantly battling their attraction they must become reluctant allies in order to discover who is selling secrets to the corsairs and who has sold out the Farrow stronghold Says Publishers Weekly Packed with well drawn characters fiery sea battles this book is a good readBest Swashbuckler of the Year Romantic TimesMultiple award winning USA Today bestselling author.

10 Comments on "The Wind the Sea review ¼ 103"

  • Michelle

    The Wind the Sea review ¼ 103 The Wind the Sea3 Didn't Feel The Love Stars So I went and searched my paperbacks and found this baby and decided to read it lol Damn what a long ass book Lots of action Not very steamy I hate to say that I didn't feel the love between Courtney and Adrian I also felt the ending was rushed I wanted


  • Verity

    The Wind the Sea review ¼ 103 The Wind the SeaThe intensity explodes off the block w guns blazing MC nevah takes her foot off the pedal As w all of her top notch classics MC shows her wide range by penning her best tale of high octane derring do w Barbary coast as the backdrop Gritty gruesome there’s no sugarcoating in portraying the harsh life in high seas The sweeping 531 page luv hate romance is overflowing w fully formed characters surreal battles tempestuous clashes of wills between Hh who show tru’ endurance resilience by overcoming adversaries full on w a “nevah give up nevah surrender” attitude yeah the same corny line from “Galaxy uest” haha lush luv scenes a plot that’s thicker than the choppy waters a dash of espionage sadistic treacherous villains nutty villainess supposedly Xpired peeps miraculously rising from their graves audacious escape 1 terror after anotha w revenge its core The sheer # of casualties alone is a neon light indicator that this gorefest is not meant for the twitchy heart I would


  • Kathleen

    The Wind the Sea review ¼ 103 The Wind the SeaLOVED IT Marsha Canham sure know's how to write one heck of a adventure All of her pirate stories are the best I've been wanting to read this book for years and I'm so darn happy that Marsha's book's are being re released in ebook and that I finally had a chance to read itI have heard a rumor that Marsha will soon be releasing a new book I certainly hope so because she is one of my favorite author's If you have never tried a Marsha Canham book I highly recommend you give one a try


  • Stevie

    The Wind the Sea review ¼ 103 The Wind the SeaRe Read 11614Recently I had a like on my original review which had me pulling up the book I remember I loved this book loved it as in told everyone I knew to read it But that was several years ago and I had just fallen back into my obsession with reading So I wondered if maybe I was naive in my ratings and standards having read so few at the time So I read the sample on BN One chapter in my opinion was validated I purchased the ebook had the paperback originally and literally disappeared into the story This is just one of the best reads I have yet to come across It plays like a timeless classic of high seas adventure and intrigue It's absolutely not fluff but a epic romance of the purest form Romance not only of two people but of time long ago a way of living long gone and of the most basic and true heroics Characters larger th


  • Mitzi

    The Wind the Sea review ¼ 103 The Wind the SeaThis ebook edition has been edited by the author The rape scene has been modified but left in per the author Wowwhat a great romanceI just love Marsha Canham and her pirate books are the Best The tension and sparing between Courtney and Adrian is explosiveand what a treat when they finally give in to their desires This book is a Fun Sexy Adventure from beginning to


  • Ruth

    The Wind the Sea review ¼ 103 The Wind the SeaThis is such a fabulous book It is action packed and A LOT happens but it's written in such a way that you are not left confused or overwhelmed or having to flip back pages to remember what happened in the last chapter I mean as much as I'd like to I can't spend all day reading books from cover to cover in one sitting There is also a lot of descriptive detail eg details on ships such as rigging firing cannons and the Mediterranean politics of the time but it's well integrated with real clarity The historical background is also very accurate which I really appreciate There was a real feeling of pirates Americans British and French all sailing around the Mediterranean chasing after each other and there was clearly no need to embellish or make up pseudo history to suit the plotThe hero and heroine are also great great characters They are what I would probably describe as diffic


  • Nes

    The Wind the Sea review ¼ 103 The Wind the SeaMy copy of The Wind and the Sea is the most expensive second hand paperback book I have ever owned Bought this out of print book for USD 100 including shipping I had to have it And I got it and 15 years ago I read this book back to back in one night A couple of days ago I purchased it for my Kindle as my copy is tattered and boxed up somewhere with my other keepers and re read this again Oh the swashbuckling adventures on the high seas This book should be made into a movie Hollywood is ready fo


  • CoffeeTimeRomance andMore

    The Wind the Sea review ¼ 103 The Wind the SeaIt has been a LONG time since I have read a pirate adventure such as The Wind and the Sea The adventure passion danger and betrayal that swirled throughout the pages gave this reader a sense of what life on the high seas must have been like during the nineteenth century Ms Canham uses great depictions to describe the battle scenes making me feel as if I were reading a true historical account instead of a historical romance Then you have a truly vicious vixen that goes out of her way to use her body to try and destroy the one person she loathes the mostCourtney Beautifully written The Wind and the Sea is a swashbuckling tale that calls to the pirate in all


  • Julia

    The Wind the Sea review ¼ 103 The Wind the SeaPicked this book up for my Kindle iPad app based on a blog I read talking about unusual pirate books While I liked the heroine and occasionally the hero this just didn't work for me I mainly kept reading it to see who was Seawolf and if her father would still be alive Too much talk about rape and violence for me just not my cuppa


  • Melinda Mulcahy

    The Wind the Sea review ¼ 103 The Wind the SeaThis surpasses the majority If you haven’t read Marsha Canham and love historical romance then let me have the pleasure of introducing this exceptionally accomplished writerGritty piracy off the Barbary Coast staring blazing characters takes us for an adventure of epic movie proportions until the very last word A rare treat in stand alone books; from the first explosive words it sweeps us along with gale forced winds and holds no broadsides SUPERB