Silver Sea (Raveneau #3)
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Silver Sea (Raveneau #3)

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Originally published by Ballantine Books as BARBADOS

1818: Nathan Raveneau is known as “The Scapegrace” in Regency London for his rakish exploits and devastating good looks. He's also a sea captain with an estate on Barbados, where his enemy Xavier Crowe lives. To gain land adjoining Crowe’s, Nathan agrees to act as protector to headstrong Adrien...more
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Published September 2nd 2011 by Cynthia Challed (first published June 27th 1995)
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June
I have read a great deal of Cynthia Wright's books and they all are very good. but strangly this one is my favourit. This is not a perfect book but both chracters in the book are perfectly descibed and defined. I like Adrienne she becomes much stronger and smarter than any other heroine in Cynthia's other books. And Nathan while maintaining a typical old romance chracteristic but still completely lost and confused.

It would have been nicer to have more of the Raveneau and Beauvisage union at the...more
Mhollie
Silver Sea f/k/a Barbados is an epic tale of drama, adventure and romance. Adrienne Beauvisage, is a spoiled and headstrong young woman who constantly jumps into “new adventures”. Her father, Nicholai Beauvisage, worried for her, hires the dashing, albeit lovelorn, Capitan Nathan Ravaneau to watch over her. Sparks fly when, Ravaneau follows Adrienne disguised as Nathan Essex, her protector. High drama at high tea and on the high seas! A great read!
Amy
Really enjoy all her books. Really fun getting to know all the family's and each of their stories :). This is the very last book of the bunch. She is currently writing another to follow this book. Can't wait to read that one too!
Lori Gartin
Liked it a lot there was always something going on you sure don't get bored I like all the details about the characters
Debbie
One of the best series I have read. I am excited that a new book will be out sometime this year.
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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Cynthia Wright says:
Because so many readers have asked, "In what order should I read the Beauvisage & Raveneau books?" - here is that oft-requested list!
Although the titles stand alone, these two series intertwine with some characters crossing over, and many readers enjoy them in chronological order:
1781 - SILVER STORM
1783 - CAROLINE
1789 - TOUCH...more
More about Cynthia Wright...
Silver Storm (Raveneau #1) Caroline (Beauvisage, #1) Touch The Sun (Beauvisage, #2) Surrender the Stars (Raveneau #2) Spring Fires (Beauvisage, #3)

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