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Sunday, February 15, 2009
Review - Carribean Dreams of Love by Bess McBride
Title: Carribean Dreams of Love
Author: Bess McBride
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Buy Link: Carribean Dreams Of Love
Rating: You Gotta Read
Reviewed by: Laura
Daisy Brown and her daughter, Lily, delight in taking Carribean cruises. They like meeting people, visiting the different islands and generally enjoying a relaxing getaway. As they begin their latest cruise, Daisy catches a glimpse of a man dressed in black onboard their ship. He is handsome, intriguing and stirs something inside Daisy that has long been dormant. She begins to actively seek him out. She is not willing to begin a shipboard romance but cannot help the attraction she feels for the kind stranger.
Peter Carswell has been alone and lonely for so long it seems that is all he knows. He sees the most beautiful woman in the world boarding the cruise ship. One look and he knows she is the one that is meant to end his loneliness. All he has to do is convince her to give him a chance.
Ms. McBride has done it again. She has once more penned a beautiful, tender love story that reaches readers of all ages. The story begins with the love of a mother for her daughter, journeys to her awakening femininity and culminates in the realization of a dream. The book cleverly weaves a tale of pirates, the beauty of the Carribean and the cultivating of friendships that begin in the most unlikely of places. I found myself firmly perched on my chair reading nonstop from first page to last. I turned pages eagerly because I could not wait to find out the ending. As is typical of Ms. McBride's books, you get hooked in the beginningr, hang on for the middle amidst tears, anxiety and suspense, and finally find yourself sighing romantically. It is rare to find a writer who so consistently pleases her readers book after book. This author makes it a foregone conclusion.