The Following Sea rd in Canham s Pirate Wolf trilogy This time the story focuses on Gabriel Dante taking up where The Iron Rose left off as he sails away from battle with horrendous wounds and half a crew on board a

  • Title: The Following Sea
  • Author: Marsha Canham
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  • Page: 118
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  • 3rd in Canham s Pirate Wolf trilogy.This time the story focuses on Gabriel Dante, taking up where The Iron Rose left off as he sails away from battle with horrendous wounds and half a crew on board a captured ship On his way home to the safety of Pigeon Cay, Dante crosses paths with a strange ship sailing in circles, showing no signs of life on her deserted decks It is a3rd in Canham s Pirate Wolf trilogy.This time the story focuses on Gabriel Dante, taking up where The Iron Rose left off as he sails away from battle with horrendous wounds and half a crew on board a captured ship On his way home to the safety of Pigeon Cay, Dante crosses paths with a strange ship sailing in circles, showing no signs of life on her deserted decks It is a plague ship, flying a yellow flag, warning all sailors to stay away On board the Eliza Jane, Evangeline Chandler is the only survivor of the fever that wiped out the entire crew Eva, weak from thirst and hunger, wakens to find death screaming across the sea as a full broadside from Dante s ship explodes around her.

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    1. After an eight year absence, Marsha Canham makes a triumphant return. "The Following Sea" is a swashbuckling, lusty romance that keeps you turning pages with all the clever twists and turns that Ms. Canham is known for. Lost treasure, a feisty heroine in distress, a handsome, notorious pirate - what could be better? Ms. Canham's words come alive as you can almost smell the ocean and easily envision the majestic ships as they blast each other in their dangerous dance in battle. Just when you are [...]

    2. Like the first two, it's formulaic, but full of action and adventure. None of the characters are overtly stupid, which is refreshing, and the romance is pretty hot. Not a bad way to pass the time.

    3. 4 Stars for writing style alone. MC can truly write wonderful adventures and have the reader see every detail in their minds as if they were physically standing there. I hope she never puts her pen down again. This story is the continuation of the Dante series and yes it's about Pirates. I know, I rolled my eyes the first time I considered a pirate themed book too. But this is Marsha Canham, and she brings her stories to life with all the adventure, strong characters, and non-stop action of an e [...]

    4. I love Marsha Canham’s high seas, swashbuckling romances and have rated them all 5 stars. This one is no exception. It’s the third in her Pirate Wolf trilogy, set in 1623 in the tropical waters of the Spanish Main (think the Caribbean), at a time when pirates and privateers went after the enormous wealth being shipped back to Spain in the form of gold, silver, gems and spices via the Spanish treasure fleets. This is the story of Gabriel Dante, Simon and Isabeau Dante’s youngest son, a hand [...]

    5. What happened? This book isn't as good as the previous two, in my opinion. Something was missing or a bunch of somethings. It still had some action, but less than the previous two and if I remember correctly, only one sword-fight (darn it). I missed the verbal sparring that was what I loved most in the other books in this trilogy. There were some great scenes though and it kept me interested and reading.

    6. The Will cost me all my patience and I don't have any left to finish this book. Maybe I'll give it another shot later, but I doubt it.

    7. Marsha Canham has returned to writing her swashbucklers after an eight-year hiatus; her publishers at the time didn't want her to continue her Dante series so she told them to get lost. This story features Gabriel Dante, another son of Simon Dante and Isabeau Dante. Much as I like reading Marsha Canham, this one lacked something. Maybe it's because she is out of practice being a writer and needs to sharpen her skills; even singers and dancers can get rusty if they don't practice. The writing is [...]

    8. I'm not usually into reading collections, but with this book, it felt like coming home. Having read about the lives of Gabriel Dante's parents and siblings before, the references made sense (which they probably would have anyway if you'd read it as a stand-alone) and past sins were avenged. Evangeline, the heroine, was stubborn, yes, but also a fearless survivor. She went through horrible trials yet never crumbled. If she did, she picked herself up again. Inspiring and delightful to read, and I [...]

    9. Fun read. Gabriel is a great hero and Eva a pleasant heroine. Excellent villain in Muertraigo and Ross. Just enough swash buckling adventure and mystery. And finally the right a ounce of romance. The first book in the series was over the top and left nothing to the imagination. This one was well balanced. My only criticism is that Gabriel seemed too serious as compared to the prank playing brother in Iron Rose. Hopefully we will see Jonah's story soon.

    10. Thoroughly enjoyed this installment but feel that I didn't know the character of Gabriel as I did the others. Wish i'd heard more of his views on past events or heard about his childhood introduction to privateering or that of his relationship with his brother. It was very much about his current adventure and romance which wasn't bad as I did love the story but wanted to know more of the Dante's.Hope there's another in the Series as the other Hell twin has yet to make an appearance

    11. Very enjoyable, I really liked that it started from where The Iron Rose left off; however, went in it's own direction. Great characters - you get to a point and you can not put it down. Hope that a fourth one in this group is on the horizon. maybe sailing in to uncharted waters for the Dante clan.

    12. Wonderful. Absolutely love this seriesThis book doesn't disappoint. Marsha Canham does it again.nture, intrigue, sensuality, romance, a bit of comedy.It has it all. I HIGHLY recommend. Loved the Captain! Who wouldn't?!

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