Book Reviews of Chance the Winds of Fortune

Chance the Winds of Fortune
Chance the Winds of Fortune
Author: Laurie McBain
ISBN-13: 9780380757961
ISBN-10: 0380757966
Publication Date: 8/1988
Pages: 505
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 29 ratings
Publisher: Avon Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Fans of "Moonstruck Madness" won't want to miss this sequel that actually improves on the original! Rhea Claire, daughter of Lucien and Sabrina, is cruelly ripped away from her family and set on a course of adventures that will bring her to McBain's sexiest hero yet, Dante Leighton. I think I drooled my way through this book, as will other romance fans. Breathtaking adventure, sexual tension that crackles off the pages, and a great historical depiction of colonial America will provide thrills for all Ms. McBain's fans.








Fortune smiled on Dante Leighton, titled lord turned pirate. Sailing before the Sea Dragon's towering masts, he plundered hearts and cargos from the Carolinas to Trinidad's turquoise lagoons. But one treasure always eluded him .... Until, a world away, at the English country estate of Lucien and Sabrina Dominick, a series of dazzling intrigues results in the abduction of their golden-haired daughter, Rhea .... And now, in a gathering wave of turbulent emotion, the fates of Rhea and Dante converge unforgettably -- in a quest for sunken Spanish treasure ... and a love worth a thousand fortunes.
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historical romance, very passionate writing cant put it down!
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Rhea, kidnapped and sold into slavery is spirited away to the new world, arriving and realizing yhe captain has plans for her, circumstances happen that allow her to excape. But she hides in another ship and comes across Captain
Dante Leighton, who takes her for a ragamuffin who has boarded his ship looking for the treawure map he has. What ensues is an adventure where dreams do come true.
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Fortune smiled on Dante Leighton,titled lord turned pirate.Sailing before the Sea Dragon's towering masts,he plundered hearts and cargos from the Carolinas to Trinidad's turquiose lagoons.But one treasure always eluded him...Until,a world away,at the English country estate Lucien and Sabrina Dominick,a series of dazzling intrigues results in the abduction of their golden-haired daughter,Rhea...And now,in a gathering wave of turbulent emotion,the fates of Rhea and Dante converge unforgettably--in a quest for sunken Spanish treasure...and a love worth a thousand fortunes.