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    A dramatic romance

    Having read Crystal Passion, I was looking forward to reading this book, expecting more high adventure and events around the Revolution. The book started off well and the attraction between Rae and Jericho was well portrayed. Certainly Rae was Jericho's equal in every way. However, it seemed that the author tried to pack too many plots into one story and at the end of it, one isn't sure whether the book focused on the War of Independence, Rae and Jericho's abduction or Jericho fighting for his rights. Their meeting with Ashley's nemesis brings further twists to the tale. Being of a squeamish disposition, I found the events in the book, and in particular the brutality against Rae, difficult to handle although other readers may have tougher nerves. The book is well written with a good flow of language, despite my aversion to the darkness it portrayed. It forms part of a series, but is nevertheless a standalone and comes to a satisfactory, albeit melancholy conclusion. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily review this book. This is my honest review.
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    Exciting Read

    After reading Jo Goodman's, Crystal Passion d 1st book in dis series i wanted to read "Seaswept Abandon" as i so much loved d character of Smith dat i wanted to read his story ... Jo didnt disappoint she scripted d storyline superbly... Jerico smith is a spy for d colonies though he has his roots hidden in English soils ... he is a scared to emotionally get invovled with anyone as he has suffered too much in his past.... Rahab (Rae) McClellan is d sister of Salem & wants to get involved in the American Revolution but is not allowed to help by her family ... Thus d story begins how she gets involve with d help of her S-I-L Ashley , meets Jericho who saves her life . Both of dem go through mistrust, hate ,insecurity ,hardships but in d aftermath love conquers all. It was a bit predictable but Jo goodman did a excellent job her penmanship is excellent ... the plot is well developed ,well written ...it is fast paced not boring at all ... there is intrigue, suspense, adventure , action, Romance , Sex all d ingredients dat make a good book worth reading...I loved d character of Jericho ...he is a cool , collected, sensible ,honourable whereas Rahab's character comes out as a spoilt, headstrong at times, immature , arrogant & stubborn ...still Jo has balanced there dissimilarities very nicely . Only thing is d book is unneccesesarily lengthy , descriptions & thoughts could be cut short & avoided...overall was a good read... "I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily review this book. This is my honest review."
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    Riveting Read

    This is the second book in a trilogy and to understand the motivations of the characters, it is important to start with the first book. A riveting tale of love during the Revolutionary War set in both the colonies and England. Couldn't put it down.
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