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Ocean of Fire

3.37 of 5 stars 3.37  ·  rating details  ·  57 ratings  ·  6 reviews
The Rebel and the Little Rich Girl

Nicole Cameron is hopping mad with her father for not letting her join his crew on the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race. She’s even more annoyed that she has to go to the cocktail party celebrating the race. But when she meets the man her father chose in preference to her, she’s almost glad she’s not going. Nicole has never met anyone she disli
Kindle Edition, 164 pages
Published 2009
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It had its moments, both good and bad. I liked the premise, but felt the actual story took a little too long with all the hang-ups (first heroine’s than the hero’s), also there were too many ups and downs, making the story drag toward the end. Just when I thought they resolved it all, lo and behold, another obstacle was thrown into their path. And all these obstacles had to do with trust (or lack of it) between them, making me wonder how they could even hope of having a relationship.
Still, it al
Danielle Junkin
This was a very great book!! It made me keep pushing the flip button on my Kindle!! I really did enjoy it!! There were some slow moments, but they are hardly worth mentioning!! I really did Love the book and would recommend it to any girl who likes the bad boy.

Btw: The book also goes by the title: The Rebel and the Rich Girl.
I don't really like romances in which one of the characters hates the other, whether there really is a strong dislike or it's one of those "I'm protecting myself" things. I like to see the push-and-pull of a budding relationship, but I don't like meanness.
Lori Henrich
Not a big romance fan. Beginning and end were okay. I am not particularly fond of sex scenes in books, and certain terms drive me crazy. The only reason I kept reading it was because I wanted to finish a challenge. Sad but true.
A short predictable story. It was neither good nor bad. I did not hate it but I also doubt that I will remember it.
Geraldine Allien
Not a very deep story but something cute to read, when you are in the train or bus
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Emma Daniels lives in Sydney Australia, but also lived in Germany as a child. She is married with two children. She has been writing romantic novels for most of her life, and the results are clear - more than 15 books to her name. She is also a jewellary artist. Her favourite mediums are chain maille, bead sewing and artistic wire work.
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