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Rage To Love

3.89 of 5 stars 3.89  ·  rating details  ·  9 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Beautiful, flame-haired Garnet Winters came from the chilly morality of 18th-century Boston to claim her plantation on the sun-drenched French island of St. Dominique. Nothing had prepared her for this place of nourishing beauty and decadent opulence --or for the challenge of the dissolute Frenchman who sought to steal her inheritance. And above all, nothin
Paperback, 350 pages
Published December 6th 1983 by Signet (first published 1983)
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This book was...odd. It felt like two different plots that were struggling to entwine.

The non-romantic plot was a Caribbean ripper set in the late 1700s. The heroine (Garnet) arrives on St Domingue to claim her inheritance as half-owner of a sugarcane plantation. She's eager to take over her share of the business aspects -- but the co-owner of the plantation is her cousin's husband, an aristocratic douchebag who resents her intrusion. Garnet also has no idea that the slaves are so grossly mistre
Time: Late 1700's
Place: Port-Au-Prince - Saint Dominque - Caribbean Islands
Island Slave Rebellion
WARNING: Extreme Violence

This book is a page turner.

The very first page reveals insight into the character of the young Boston new Englander, Garnet Winters (h).

Traveling from Boston, her destination is within sight when the ship takes on water and is rapidly about to sink. Seventy passengers remain on board. Knife fights break out among the men for seats on the 3 remaining longboats. Around her, wo
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