Sara Craven [ Summary ] Thunder on the Reef


8 thoughts on “Thunder on the Reef

  1. says:

    Re Thunder on the Reef Sara Craven does a second chance with kidnapping trope grab your sunglasses and your tropical beverages we are going to the BahamasThis one starts with the h in the Bahamas trying to close a land deal to buy a private island for her father's property conglomerate The h's father also has a

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    Rich girl heroine secretly married free lance photographer hero 4 years before Daddy dearest broke them up by showing heroine photos of the hero with an OW and his receipt of a check that was the payoff for him to go away Heroine has been celibate ever since Hero was also celibateHh meet again when the heroine goes to a Bahaman island to pursue a development deal with a recluse Surprise Hero is the illegitimate son of the rich r

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    Besotted H ❤️ me

  4. says:

    Meh

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    Thunder on the Reef is the story

  6. says:

    there wasn't enough angst in this one even though there was a lot of potential for it An ok read Sarah Craven's written much better st

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    Thunder on the ReefWhen her father conspired to break her and the man she loves apart it took five years for her to get the whole story Now they meet again but he is in charge of the situation Can their past be forgotten? What about

  8. says:

    My first book of the year certainly made a great impression for me as for the author I´m dully grateful for finding her books by chance Though they were written uite a while ago they´re delectable Loved the story even tho

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characters ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Sara Craven

Thunder on the Reef

I want you back in my life back in my bedMacy had fallen for Ross Bannister's charms before only to be totally disillusioned. Rich girl heroine secretly married free lance photographer hero 4 years before Daddy dearest broke them up by showing heroine photos of the hero with an OW and his receipt of a check that was the payoff for him to go away Heroine has been celibate ever since Hero was also celibateHh meet again when the heroine goes to a Bahaman island to pursue a development deal with a recluse Surprise Hero is the illegitimate son of the rich recluse Hero kidnaps her to the remote island so she can give the dying man a grandson It sounds bad and hero makes all the right revenge alpha noises but he s not that cruel and heroine stands up for herselfOnce they have sex the hero has second thoughts He brings heroine back to civilization and gives her the check he never cashed Somehow the heroine s father tricked her into signing it that s why the hero left He thought the heroine wanted him goneMeanwhile daddy has turned up to see how the development deal is going Heroine tells off her father in a satisfying manner Hh finally reconcile There was nothing going on with the OW They plan to make the island their home base Just a nice Sara Craven second chance story with an interesting setting Nothing overly angsty or overly sweet The Hh were victim of outside forces so now that those forces are diminished an HEA is believable Boogenhagen has details in her excellent review

review Thunder on the Reef

When he had abandoned her for better thingsNow they had met again and she had no intention of making the same mistakes But. Besotted H me

characters ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Sara Craven

When Ross abducted her and took her to his island Macy's resolve began to crumble After all she was still married to the man. there wasn t enough angst in this one even though there was a lot of potential for it An ok read Sarah Craven s written much better stuff

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 224
  • Thunder on the Reef
  • Sara Craven
  • English
  • 21 March 2017
  • 9780373117611

About the Author: Sara Craven

Anne Bushell was born on October 1938 in South Devon England just before World War II and grew up in a house crammed with books She was always a voracious reader some of her all time favorites books are Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen Middlemarch by George Eliot Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell and The Code of the Woosters by P G Wodehous