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Cover Reveal: Ablaze by Elvira Bell

Ablaze | Elvira Bell

Wavesongs #3

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Cover byKim Killion

Release Date: December 8, 2019

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Nick Andrews has returned to the Caribbean—but the world he remembers has changed for the worse. Despite the dangers, he needs to find a way to get to Corona. All he can think of is to reunite there with the love of his life.

Meanwhile, Tom is watching his every move. Tom, who has turned cold and demanding, and is desperate for Nick to love him.

One night things get out of hand, and something happens between them. Something unforgivable.

Content note: This book contains non-gratuitous depictions of torture, slavery, and sexual abuse.

Please note that the books in the Wavesongs series should be read in chronological order

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More gorgeous captains from this great writing team

The Captain and the Best Man (Captivating Captains, #4)The Captain and the Best Man by Catherine Curzon & Eleanor Harkstead

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

To quote Captain Guy, that was just gorgeous.

I love this series from Catherine and Eleanor but this one’s just sneaked into top spot, pushing out The Captain and his Cricketer into a still respected second place.

The plot of this one isn’t necessarily the most likeliest of scenarios but you know what, I just didn’t care.

I fell in love with Guy and Josh just as quickly as they did with each other. There’s nothing I love more than a good swoon worthy hero and Guy Collingwood fit the bill completely.

The drama is family centric and does rely on a bit of plot convenience but, again, I really didn’t care.

I just wanted to watch Guy and Josh get wrapped up in each other and in their beautiful Caribbean island.

#ARC kindly received from the authors in return for an honest and unbiased review.

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I’d have been an awesome pirate and I loved this historical romance

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I’d have been a brilliant pirate I reckon, which is probably why the Golden Age of piracy fascinates me so much and why I absolutely loved every bit of this historical romance.

While I didn’t read the original form of Captain Merric when he first appeared as part of a pirate anthology, I’m delighted to have got the chance to read this version.

It’s packed with clever plotting, great narrative, gorgeous dialogue and beautifully descriptive writing which conjures up brilliant azure blue skies over emerald green seas dotted with bleached white sandy beaches and a lush tropical paradise filled with colourful characters.

I loved Daniel and his long lost love Edward, and while this is only moderately steamy, it still has enough emotional and sexy moments to keep me happy.

#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.

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