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The Wind and the Sea by Marsha Canham
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Aug 06, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: historical, historical-romance, classics, kindle-archives
Read from October 12 to 15, 2011


If looking for a realistic, gritty, exciting, historically correct, yet swashbuckling pirate story, this should be the absolute definitive!

Ms. Canham intertwines historical realism with romantic fiction so deftly that one is hardly aware they are experiencing what was reality in the early 19th century, they are too busy biting their nails and wanting to cover their eyes! It's a bigger than life, sweeping love-story that is somewhat harsh but most assuredly memorable!

*The sex scenes are not graphic but the subject is realistic to the subject matter. Canham doesn't sugar coat but she doesn't glorify either.*

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