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Moriah's Mutiny

3.57  ·  Rating Details ·  37 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews

Anthropologist Moriah Mallory had always been the ugly duckling of her family. So when she accompanies her sisters on a Caribbean charter cruise, she doesn't expect their dashing captain to notice her. So why did Austen Blye seem to set his sails in her direction?

Why was it that the only Mallory sister Austen wanted was the one who was ignoring him? Somehow, he'd have to m

Paperback, 384 pages
Published June 1st 1991 by Silhouette Books (first published May 1st 1991)
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Lavender Lee McClanahan
It was ok

Because there was not really any action in this book other than the title to be honest it was not good.
Apr 28, 2013 Barb rated it really liked it
This is a story about a woman who has been raised by mother, father, and 3 older sisters. Their main concern in life is money. No one has ever utter the word 'love'.
Moriah has never known love, been showed love, nor expressed love. Now she meets Austen. He loves her, but hasn't told her yet. She thinks him shallow. The fact that he is the Captain of the chartered cruise ship doesn't seem to play into her field. Being an anthropologist is boring. But its the only life she knows. She now asked her
Jul 01, 2013 Sandra rated it liked it
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Needed more action. Less description.
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I really liked this one a lot. Good characters, good conflict, good writing, Good Read.
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