Swept Away By a Kiss

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HarperCollins, Jul 27, 2010 - Fiction - 384 pages
13 Reviews

A Secret Identity

When pirates storm Viscount Steven Ashford's ship upon the high seas, it brings him closer than ever to the nefarious criminal he seeks to ruin. Only one seductive detail threatens his victory: the scandalous beauty imprisoned with him, Lady Valerie Monroe. Temptation has never been so intoxicating or so forbidden, for Steven is disguised as a French priest. If they make it off the ship alive, to protect her from his enemies he must never see her again . . .

An Undeniable Love

Back in England, and under the ton's scrutiny for a reckless past she hasn't escaped, Valerie dreams of the breathtaking "man of the cloth" with whom she shared her greatest adventure. Then he reappears in society under his true identity, Viscount Ashford, but, despite the danger, their consuming passion cannot be denied. Now standing in the way of their desire are Valerie's wounded heart, Steven's lone destiny, and a villain who will stop at nothing to crush them both.

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Review: Swept Away by a Kiss (Rogues of the Sea #1)

User Review  - Lourdes - Goodreads

My rating for this book is definitely average. Though the plot is original and I loved both the adventure and the romantic elements, I found one too many deficiencies in the storyline, lose ends and ... Read full review

Review: Swept Away by a Kiss (Rogues of the Sea #1)

User Review  - Atunah - Goodreads

Pirates, be there Pirates. Yes there be :) Sorry, I have a soft spot for historicals that play out at least part on the sea and there better be some pirates in that mix. I got all that and a lot more ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

The American Library Association's Booklist named Katharine Ashe one of the "New Stars of Historical Romance" and RT Book Reviews awarded her debut historical romance, Swept Away By A Kiss, a "Top Pick!" Katharine lives in the wonderfully warm Southeast with her husband, son, two dogs, and a garden she likes to call romantic rather than unkempt. A professor of European history, she has made her home in California, Italy, France, and the northern US.

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