This wasn’t the adventure she’d signed up for…A sexy boss, a rough crossing, and pirates - all Brylie Winston wanted was a job to help her earn money to buy her own restaurant. She hopes to earn it by working as a chef on a cruise to Antarctica. But she’s slept with her boss, which throws her off-balance even more than the rough seas and warnings of pirates in the area. And he’s determined to have a repeat performance.
Bad boy former snowboarder Marcus Devlin is running from his reputation, sent to learn the family business after decking a senator’s son and making the papers. So maybe he indulged in a last-minute fling before boarding his family’s cruise ship to Antarctica. Perhaps Fate is showing him that wasn’t so bad - the gorgeous redhead who snuck out of his bed is on the cruise. She’ll be a lovely distraction during his exile.
But when modern-day pirates take over the ship, his instinct is to protect her and the other passengers. But what does a spoiled rich boy know about saving people’s lives?
©2011 Mary Fechter (P)2013 Mary Fechter
The nail-biting excitement and suspense, passion and romance in spite of really challenging situations and the thrilling unexpected terrors, fast and furious, all captured my interest and ensured my rapt attention to the very end.
Stupendous imagery, entertaining, compelling story. A rakehell and nice girl meet igniting in a one night encounter and the unthinkable for Brylie happens. The plot thickens, when they meet aboard ship and the deadly pirates arrive and trust becomes an issue needing to be resolved for lives, on board, to be saved. Game on!
Erin was masterful as she portrayed the various characters. She was spot on for Brylie's personality, fearful sometimes but brave and courageous nonetheless. Her voice renditions were expressive and made the various situations and personalities come alive.
When Brylie's Dad talked to her about running away, and how much he missed being part of a relationship, she realized her need to reconsider her options. She faced herself and made adjustments to her life.
In Midnight Sun, MJ Fredrick creates a compelling, dramatic story of love, passion and adventure, in a fast paced setting in the frigid waters and barren landscape of Antarctica.
I appreciated the growth of Marcus' sense of responsibility and growth during this harrowing experience. bad boy rich kid getting to live a real life happening that's guaranteed to change a perspective, positively.
One thing though, I could have done without the description of the gratuitous sex, boring (in the long run), sexually explicit and graphic. However, it was a great read and the story, ripped along so quickly, one couldn't bear to stop listening, until the end. How come, it ended so abruptly? Very disconcerting.....
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