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The Indian Rose - A time Travel Romance

3.49 of 5 stars 3.49  ·  rating details  ·  55 ratings  ·  3 reviews
The Ship that traveled through time

Having recently lost her beloved father to cancer, the last thing Jessica Hart needs is to come across a confused and injured stranger on the beach near her home. Not only does Patrick O’Hara believe its 1778, he’s also under the impression Jessica is a boy.

Patrick talks Jessica into taking out her family’s yacht, and she soon realizes sh
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Kindle Edition, 210 pages
Published September 24th 2010 by Lulu Press Inc
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Nisha
I get frustrated when reading books with so much potential and fails to impress me when it counts. This is one such book.

At first, it takes place on the sea, with Patrick O'Shea, the half-Indian captain of the Indian Rose. He gets tossed around at sea and sent to the "present day", 2008, where he meets our heroine, Jessica Hart. Recently losing both her parents, one at sea and other by sickness, Jessi is alone and afraid to live again. Patrick mistakes Jessi as a boy, until, non-creepily, he fi
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SandraE
I finished this book a few days ago and forgot to catalog it on my kindle. When I saw it today I thought that the reason I had not rated it was that I had not finished reading it. Had I reviewed this book when i finished it I would have given it 3 1/2 stars but since I already forgot the end it lost a star. I realize that can seem harsh but after rereading the ending to refresh my memory I remembered how much potential the book had and how blah the ending was. Reading a disappointing ending once ...more
Shawna Hansen
Not my cup of tea. Enjoyed the initial encounter.
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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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