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Castaway (Harlequin Historical, No 197)

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Stranded ...

The sea in all its mystery had long been home to Nathan Gaites. Until he found himself charting the turbulent waters of family life --- and facing Margaret Weston, a woman of rare beauty and unfathomable depths!

Margaret was determined that no man would be her master. Yet Nathan promised her freedom --- and boundless joy --- if she would only submit to the growi
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Paperback, 296 pages
Published October 1st 1993 by Harlequin
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Tess
Dec 12, 2011 Tess rated it really liked it
What do you call a romance novel that has very little romance? "Castaway" would be one name. This book, published by Harlequin Historical, is far more of a novel than a typical bodice ripper romance.
In a "typical" romance novel, we meet two characters who decide they are either looking for the right man/woman or have vowed to never wed because all men/women are jerks. The characters meet and are instantly attracted to each other or decide they want nothing to do with the other. We then go back a
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Apr 12, 2015 Tich Brewster rated it liked it
It was a fascinating story, I enjoyed it. The characters appealed to me and were entertaining. The reason behind the 3 stars, and I struggled with doing a 3 star review, is the scenes seemed to be cut way too short. I didn't feel like I had time to really get into and understand the scenes before they changed to the next.
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This was an entertaining novel. I thoroughly enjoyed the characters and the story line. What bothered me about this book was the short scenes. It seemed to me that each scene was prematurely cut short. I would have loved to get a more in depth feel for the characters and situations.
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Barbara J. Miller started writing romances because she was running out of reading material and all her copies of her Georgette Heyer novels were becoming dog-eared. By day she works as a business analyst; by night she runs a retirement home for aged horses, dogs and cats. On the week-ends she spends a lot of time in Regency England, creating heroes and heroines to fight the Napoleonic Wars, shock ...more
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