What Lilliana Marsden wants - she gets. The thing she believes she desires most is to live in Charleston on a plantation. Her problem? Parents who refuse to listen to her. Lily decides to make her wishes come true and who better than a handsome American ship captain to help her.
Randall Collins finds Lilliana bewitching and quickly falls under her spell. When she asks if he can take her with him on his next voyage he finds himself agreeing - for a tiny fee. A kiss as payment and he'll take her anywhere she wants.
As they set sail sparks fly between them. Will Lily find something more desirable than owning a plantation and can Rand convince her he's the better choice?
©2015 Dawn Brower (P)2016 Dawn Brower
Lily is determined to go for her heart's desire and learns not everything a young girl desires is what she really wants. Dawn sets a wonderful, panoramic display of emotions for Lily. Beatrice Pendergast makes both Lily and the story come to life with her narration!
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This is the story of Lily Marston the daughters of Pia and Thor from Book 1 a treasured Jewel. Lily is spirited and sort and gets what she wants through her calculating and planning. She has no desire to marry or to be a part of London's High Society. What she wants to live and manage her mothers plantation in South Carolina. Lily tricks her parents and hires the captain of a ship to take her to America. Randall is immediately smitten with Lily and wants her for his wife. Lily wants him as well but marriage is not in her plans. Thus begins the voyage across seas while each tries to convince the other two go along with their plan. I found Randall to be quite the gentleman and romantic at heart and Lily to be a wonderful spirited woman. I love the love story between the two and the end is a surprise twist. I have enjoyed the first two books in the series and look forward to many more
Always loved reading, now I love audio books because I can listen to my favorite books on the go!
Yes. It wasnt a long book but I enjoyed the time spent listening to it.
When Lily was trying to get Rand to deflower her and he kept saying no..
Sure I like historical movies.
I am not really a fan of historical romance books but I had an opportunity to review this audio book so I listened to something a little outside of the box for me. The story was really good. The dynamic of a historical romance is a little different than a contemporary but I really liked this story. Rand was a good guy and I like how he wanted to take care of Lily. For her part and especially in that time Lily was a headstrong woman and knew what she wanted. I liked how Rand rebuked her efforts for her to bed him. I also liked how the relationship between the two of them progressed and what happened when her family found out. This was a short listen but it was enjoyable and I really liked the job the narrator did also.
Audiobook provided for review.
did not read, only the audio book
leading lady had the balls to make her life hers
Everything at the plantation
I received an AUDIOBOOK in exchange for an honest review.
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