All At Sea~A Review




Cheyenne Blue is one of my favorite authors and has been ever since I read one of the books in the Girl Meets Girl Series. Something about her writing, especially her romances, appeals to me. The characters, the settings, the stories, and the sweet and sensual romances just work for me. That’s why I jumped at the chance to read her latest novel, All at Sea, and I’m glad to say I was not disappointed.

This tale is somewhat different from her past novels, since most of the first half of the story takes place on a yacht at sea. Stevie accidentally becomes a stowaway on board The Delilah as her owner and captain Kaz sets out to join a protest of nuclear waste dumping at sea. The second half is back on land where real life intrudes on the budding friendship/romance of these two characters.  It is almost like having two stories in one, and both work well together. The characters are very well developed and seem quite real, and have an obvious connection even though they are very different people from very different backgrounds. The descriptions of the settings are absolutely stunning, especially the ocean setting. The conflict is believable and the romance is, as always, sensual and lovely.

As you can tell, I really enjoyed this novel, and recommend it to all romance lovers.

I received an ARC from Ylva Publishing for an honest review.


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