First off I just have to get out of the way one thing… Gwyn McNamee can write anything! She stole my heart and attention with her Hawke family novels and I have been literally addicted ever since. When I first saw that this was something that Gwyn was doing I had to have it and was anxious for it to hit my Kindle. This was so very different from what we normally see from her and I have to say I like it. This was a tad more angsty and dramatic, a touch of the dark hit the soul when you read pieces of the story and it grips you until that last and deliciously frustrating cliff hanger. War and Grace are two characters that I know will stick with me for a long while. Between the shenanigans that flow on board the ship and the tantalizing chemistry between War and Grace this book was one that had me glued from beginning to end all in one sitting. I can’t bring myself to share much more than what Ms. McNamee has already given us in the blurb so for all the juicy details and bits you will just have to take the plunge and one-click this for yourself.
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