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Ports of Call

3.13 of 5 stars 3.13  ·  rating details  ·  23 ratings  ·  3 reviews
After taking the helm of a cruise ship dynasty, Adriana Falcone realizes she's dived into shark-infested waters At first she thinks Thorne Weston her main competitor and a powerfully attractive man with a mysterious past -- is her biggest threat. What she doesn't know is that a determined killer has also come on board -- and that drowning in the depths of Thorne's passion ...more
Paperback, 384 pages
Published June 1st 1999 by Mira Books
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When I started reading this I had a difficult time adapting to the writing style of this author. I'm not sure quite what it was, but as the story went on I learned to adapt.

This is the story of a widow who is starting up her own cruise line. Her much older deceased husband had dreams of running the cruise line and she wants to keep his dream alive.

However, there is a rival in the cruise industry who wants to make it extremely difficult for her to succeed. These two arch rivals will have to learn
Dany Mclean
The book was quite good !! There was be a nice intrigue, that takes place in Italy, Miami and the main characters are two owners of cruise ship companies.
Also a part of the book goes back during 2nd world war.
Two cruise ship magnates butt heads over business. She's widow; unbeknownst to her, he's her husband's illegitimate child.
They compete but there's attraction, and when deadly accidents start occurring around the woman, she must decide whether he's playing a deadly game or is safe harbor.
Kinda of formulaic, and despite moving quickly, the villain will be known before the end.
Definitely a beach or plane read.
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