Book Reviews of Castaway Angel

Castaway Angel
Castaway Angel
Author: Kathleen Drymon
ISBN-13: 9780821735695
ISBN-10: 0821735691
Publication Date: 11/1/1991
Pages: 351
Rating:
  • Currently 2.5/5 Stars.
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2.5 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Paperback
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When spirited Alisha Whitlaw learned that the hated British had killed her father, she knew she must flee her safe Caribbean island and sail home to Virginia. Heedless of the coming storm, she boarded the first ship bound for the colonies and was swept overboard in a raging tempest. When she awoke, naked and warm between scarlet satin sheets in a richly appointed captains cabin, all she could think of was continuing her journey home, until she looked up into the eyes of a handsome, golden skinned Britisher. At his first touch, Alisha kenw she must surrender to her rescuer's kiss, feel his strong hands on her yearning flesh, and sail with him to the heights of ecstasy, no matter what his name or destination. Bold adventurer Justin Martel, formerly British privateer, had embraced the Patriot cause and was on his way to offer his support to General Washington when he spied a drenched, copper haired sea siren clinging to a piece of wreckage in the stormy sea. Vowing not to let her presence interfere with his plans, the topaz eyed sea captain brought the shipwrecked angel aboard the Vixen and saw that the bedraggled nymph was warm and dry, but the moment he touched her fiery curls and gazed into the depths of her amethyst eyes, Justin knew he must hold her in his arms and kiss those pouting sensuous lips until she was dizzy with desire. The shipboard nights were long and hot, andhis lean hard body was ready for the rapture he would find in the caresses of his bewitching gift from the sea.
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This is the story of a studly lead who is a pirate, patriot, spy etc., thrown together with a beautiful, daring young American girl during the revolutionary war. Set in the south with some nice tweaks on historical characters. Good story.