Book Reviews of Dark Before the Rising Sun

Dark Before the Rising Sun
Dark Before the Rising Sun
Author: Laurie McBain
ISBN-13: 9780380798483
ISBN-10: 0380798484
Publication Date: 7/1988
Pages: 518
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 20 ratings
Publisher: Avon Books (Mm)
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
I really enjoyed this book. It is about a woman who is abducted and sold into slavery. She ends up in the company of a man who sails the seas.
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This is an older book but still good
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A Lady's Plight
Lady Rhea Claire, fair and flawlessly beautiful daughter of a Duke, was stolen from her father's house-and shipped to the Colonies as a slave.

A Captain's Daring
Dante Leighton, who squandered a Marquis' inheritance in his dissolute youth, pursued his fortune at sea-and found his destiny in the amethyst eyes of a fascinating woman.

A Storm of Desire
They sailed the West Indies isles, discovering fabulous riches...and the raptures of a love more precious than treasure. On a secluded shore, in an idyll apart from the world, they surrendered themselves in ectasy. But on returning to England, their joy was beset by a tempest of scandal, spite and murderous peril-which ws the end of their happiness, or the dark before the radiance of their love.
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A Lady's Plight Lady Rhea Claire, fair and flawlessly beautiful daughter of a Duke, was stolen from her father's house-and shipped to the Colonies as a slave.
A Captain's Daring Dante Leighton, who squandered a Marquis' inheritance in his dissolute youth, pursued his fortune at sea-and found his destiny in the amethyst eyes of a fascinating woman...
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Lady Rhea Claire, fair and foawlessly beautiful daughter of a Duke, was stolen from her father's house-and shipped to the Colonies as a slave.