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IN FROM THE STORM
by Ashland Price

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: 1900s

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The first time Kristin Iverson meets Captain Anthony Wood she thinks he is a lecher, and subsequent meetings do nothing to change her opinion. Unfortunately, fate throws them together as Kristin travels on his ship across Lake Superior on her way to a new job.

Anthony tries repeatedly to win the innocent Kristin, but his amorous attempts are unsuccessful. However, he refuses to give up; for he knows of her powers and desperately needs her to find his brother.

Despite her distrust, Kristin agrees to help Anthony as an attraction develops. But when a crew member poisons her mind against him, Anthony must do all in his power to win back her heart, and her help, in deciphering the mysterious clues to his brother's whereabouts.

A case of mistaken identity, a handsome rogue, a naive woman (who protests too much) and a little divine intervention...IN FROM THE STORM, is a bewitching tale that boldly stretches the bonds of reality (sometimes a bit too far) in a delightful romance. SENSUAL (Nov., 400 pp., $4.99)

Reviewed By: Maria C. Ferrer

Publisher: Zebra

Published: November, 1995

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