Full Steam Ahead Paperback
When Love Appears is it Abandon Ship or Full Steam Ahead?
by Karen Witemeyer;
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Full Steam Ahead
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Vowing to find a suitable husband to give her father the heir he desires before it's too late, Nicole sets out with the Renard family's greatest treasure as her dowry: the highly coveted Lafitte Dagger. But her father's rivals come after the dagger, forcing a change in Nicole's plans.
After a boiler explosion aboard the Louisiana nearly took his life, Darius Thornton has been a man obsessed. He will do anything to stop even one more steamship disaster. Even if it means letting a female secretary into his secluded world.
Nicole is determined not to let her odd employer scare her off with his explosive experiments, yet when respect and mutual attraction grow between them, a new fear arises. How can she acquire an heir for her father when her heart belongs to another? And when her father's rivals discover her hiding place, will she have to choose between that love and her family's legacy?
Full Steam Ahead by Karen Witemeyer was published by Baker in July 2014 and is our 58793rd best seller. The ISBN for Full Steam Ahead is 9780764209673.
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"A talented author who plumbs the heart and soul of her characters while keeping a smile on the lips of the reader." - Historical Novels Review.
"Witemeyer's latest is full-steam-ahead good! Readers will appreciate the research the author has done to give her story depth and give her characters added dimension. They will also enjoy the solid storyline, mystery elements and humorous moments." - RT Book Reviews.
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|Page last updated||23rd October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Karen Witemeyer|
|Publisher||Baker (July 2014)|
|Number of Pages||352|