River Romance, Book 2
By Jeanne Hardt
Release date: February 2015
Genre: Southern Historical Romance — 1852
Length: 81,000 words
Heat level: Some Intimacy
Buy Links: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00T5AN1K2 (e-book & paperback )
About the book:
Despite her new position as manager of the Bonny Lass, Francine DuBois doubts her abilities. After all, the only skill she’s ever been recognized for is entertaining men and giving them pleasure. But she’ll never let her insecurities show in the presence of the new captain. He’s too young to be a pilot and he’ll never measure up to his predecessor. However, just below the surface, there’s something about him she can’t ignore.
Luke Waters may be young, but he’s determined to prove he’s more than capable. He’ll show everyone that he’s the best pilot the Mississippi River has to offer. His only problem – the new crew manager. His religious upbringing taught him to frown on women of her profession, so how can he bring himself to overlook her way of life and give her the respect a workable relationship requires? Especially when he can’t stop dreaming about her.
Which is worse? A tainted past, or a tainted opinion?
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