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Book Reviews of Paradise In His Arms

Paradise In His Arms
Paradise In His Arms
Author: Elizabeth Daniels
ISBN: 972
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Book Type: Paperback
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If you love adventure and interesting romance, Paradise in His Arms is for you. It was a real captivating story in the fact that Kate has such an interesting way of getting her man. And it was interesting to read of a woman in that era with such a zest for getting the man she wanted. And to make him realize he loved her all along.
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This was the first book I read by this author. I am looking forward to reading more and seeing where she takes me next.
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This is the sequel to Bird of Paradise. Takes place 20-some years later with Lacy and Ben's daughter, Kate, and her quest to make Capt. Caleb Innes (Lacy's first love)realize his love for her.
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Bronzed by tropical suns and hardened by stormy northern seas, Captain Caleb Innes had alwasy held a devastating attraction for the women of the Paradise family. For as long as she could remember, feisty Kate Paradise had yearned to taste those firm, sensuous lips, to unleash the wild excitement of the virile, utterly masculine body. But how could she hope to gain Caleb's attention when he still thought of her as the innocent daughter of his childhood sweetheart? Only a bold and dangerous masquerade in one of San Francisco's notorious pleasure palaces would open his eyes to the fact that she was a woman ready for love, longing to find paradise in his arms
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For as long as she could remember Kate Paradise longed to taste the lips of Captian Caleb Innes. But how could she hope to gain Caleb's attention when he still thought of her as the innocent daughter of his childhood sweatheart?
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