Love on the High Seas

By Yasmin Sullivan
(Harlequin Kimani , Mass Market Paperback, 9780373863310, 224pp.)

Publication Date: October 2013

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Description

Voyage into love 

Unlucky at love, Professor Angelina Lewis is resigned that she is more of an intellectual than a romantic. She is in the habit of satisfying the yearnings in her heart with academic pursuits. This all changes when her sister talks her into taking her place on a singles' cruise. On the high seas, red-hot desire ignites when she meets Jeremy Bell. Frolicking in the Caribbean with the sensual doctor is making Angelina believe in the power of passion. But what happens once they sail into port? Will her shipboard romance get hit with a reality check? 

Jeremy doesn't want the passionate music he and Angelina make to ever stop. From the exotic island of Puerto Rico to the sun-kissed beaches of Miami, he's pursuing the woman of his dreams. But Jeremy will lose Angelina unless he can prove to her that they share something special-a rare love they'll never find again on land or sea....




About the Author

Yasmin Y. Sullivan grew up in upstate New York and St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, from which her family hails. She moved to Washington, DC, to attend college and has earned degrees from Howard and Yale. As an academic writer, she has published on Douglass, Jacobs, Baldwin, Angelou, and Bullins, as well as the Negritude Movement and the Danish West Indies. She currently lives and teaches in Washington, DC, and when she is not teaching, she does creative writing and works on mosaics.




Praise For Love on the High Seas

"Sullivan successfully bridges the events of the past with the future and accurately depicts the emotions and inner turmoil of her characters."
-- RT Book Reviews on RETURN TO LOVE

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